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The Musketeer 



The Musketeer, the knight of old, 
Was brave, courageous and very bold. 
Each day he tried to do his best, 
And many times ne'er thought of rest. 
It may be strange that these years on 
In modern times and knights long gone 
That Richmond chose to take the name 
Of MUSKETEER, with all his fame. 
The choice is good for students try 
To show example, and all do vie 
To beat the rest, yet one to be 
A team of teams — close company. 
The Musketeers of old won worthy fame. 
And Richmond's Musketeers have earned the name. 

—By Hilary Ann Corlett 



THE 1954 



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PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE 

OF AUGUSTA AND THE ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTY 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 




DR. ERIC WEST HARDY 



With love and appreciation, we dedicate this RAINBOW of 1954 to 
Dr. Eric West Hardy. Though he is going out from the Academy and 
Junior College with these graduating classes, he will always be re- 
membered not only for his tangible additions to our school, but also 
for his contribution to the development of the many young people 
with whom and for whom he has dedicated his life. 



Administration 





ERIC WEST HARDY 
A.B., M.A., Litt. D. 



ANTON P. MARKERT 
B.S. in C.E., M.A. 






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MR. D. B. ROBINSON MRS. L.E. HARRIS 

Bookkeeper Dietitian 




MRS. C. A. AENCHBACHER 
Secretary 




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MRS. G. L. BOLTON 

Secretary 




1953-1954 Faculty 



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Left to right: 

MARGARET BAILIE, B.S., A.B.L.S.. Librarian 

BETH BARTLES. B.S., Business Education 

GEORGE LANGSTON BOLTON. B.S., Athletics, Mathematics 



ANN WISHART BRADDY, B.A., M.A., English. Dramatics 
THELMA BROWNETTE, B.F.A., M.P.A., Art 
JAMES A. CALDWELL. Major. P.M.S.&T. 




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BILLY E. CARROW. M/SGT., M.S.&T. Instructor 
JAMES EARLY COLBERT, B.S., M.S., B.A., Business 

Education 
CHARLES GUY CORDLE, B.A., M.A.. History 
HARRY DOLYNIUK, B.A., Chemistry 



JOHN F. DOOLEY, S.F.C., Ass't. Instructor of M.S.&T., 

Rifle Team Coach 
ELROY DUPUIS, B.A.. M.A., English 
JOHN EVANS EUBANKS. B.A., M.A., Latin, Government, 

History 




MARSHALL JACKSON FLOWERS, JR., B. S., 

Mathematics, Geography, Athletics 
LAWRENCE ALBERT FOX, B.A., Drawing 
LOUIS FRIEDMAN, B.S. in Music, M.M., Music Education 



NORMAN L. GALLOWAY, B.S., M.A., Mathematics 
MARY SAVAGE GILLILAND, A.B., M.A., Mathematics 
LUTHER ALFRED GRIFFIN, B.S., M.S., Biology 
JOHN THOMAS HAINS, B.S., Mathematics 







LEAH DOROTHY HALBERT, B. Music, Choral Music 
MARY EVANS HALL, B.S., Business Education 
GEORGE M. HARDY, B.S.A.E., Co-ordination D.C.T.. 
Job Training 



JANE HEARN, B.A., B.A.L.S., Librarian 
GEORGE TURNER HOWARD, B.S., L.L.B., Spanish 
THOMAS J. HUFFMAN, B.A., M.A., History 
BARBARA C. INMAN, B.S., Physical Education 



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FRANK EDWIN INMAN, B.S., M.Ed., Chemistry, Athletics WILLIAM LEROY MADEN, B.A., M.A., French 

HILTON N. JOHNSON, M/SGT., M.S.&T. Instructor MARY JAQUEL1N MARSHALL, B.A., M.A., English 

FRANK E. LAMBERT. B.S., M.S., Chemistry, Biology HARRY CHAPMAN MILL1GAN, B.S., Mathematics, Athletics 
CURTIS J. LUCKEY, B.S., Mathematics 



Faculty 




CHARLES HAROLD MITCHELL. B.A., M.A.. English 
AMANDA H. MOSELEY. B.S., Homemaking Education 
JOSEPH RUFUS MOSELEY, B.S., M.S.. Mathematics 
'WILLIAM G. MURPHY. M/SGT., Jr. Detachment 1st Sgt. 



RUTH GREGORY McAULIFFE. B.A., M.A.. Latin. History 
JESSE L. McDANIELS. A.B.. M.A.. Business Education 
MILBRA McGAHEE, 4 year college certificate, History 




WILLIAM C. McGEE. Assistant Property Custodian of 

Military Dept. 
GLADYS NEEDHAM. A.B., M. Ed., Professional Certificate 

in Counseling and guidance. Guidance 
JOSEPH JEFFERSON NIXON, B.A., M.A.. 

Economics, History 



SARA WINNIE OVERSTREET, B.S., M.A.. French 
AUBURN GABELLE OWENS. B.A.. English 
HENRY OSGOOD READ, Ph.B.. M.A., English 
JOE MAYS ROBERTSON, B.S., M.A., Mathematics 





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DOUGLAS B. ROBINSON. A.B., M.A.. Prof, of Business 

Ed.. Bookkeeping 
GEORGE MILTON SCOTT. B.A., B. Litt.,M.A., English 
VIRGINIA FIELD SMITH, B.A., M.A., Guidance 



PAULINE STEVENS. R.N., Nurse 

GRACE STRAUSS, B.A., M.A.. History 

CHESTER McKINLEY SUTTON. B.A., M.A.. English 

JOSEPH LECONTE TALLEY. B.S., M.S.. Phvsics 








TURNER. B.A.. Education 

WALLACE. B.A., M.S.. Human Biology, 



RUBY CLOER 
SHELBY LEE 

Zoology 
MARGARET VIDETTO WHITE, B.S., Homemaking 

Education 



ARTHUR LEONARD WILLIAMS. B.A., Economics, 

History, Athletics 
GROVER BENTON WILLIAMS, B.A.. M.A.. Mathematics 
JEAN WILLIAMS. B.S., Business Education 
PERCY WISE, B.A., M.A., English 



VOCATIONAL SCHOOL 




WILLIAM M. BROWN. Automotive Shop 
GEORGE MARTIN DASHER, Wood Shop 
RAYMOND B. DUFORD, Electricity 
WALTER H. FORD. Radio and Electronics 



WILLIAM A. GRIMSLEY, Air Conditioning 

and Refrigeration 
YVYNORA P. HARMON. Beauty Culture 
JAMES K. RODGERS, Machine and Welding 



NOT PICTURED: 

MINNIE McGEE, B.S., Business Education 

LYNN OGDEN. B.S.. M.S.. Director of Vocational 

School 
ELIZABETH WOLF, B.S.. Secretary of Vocational School 



«/. C A. Sophomores 



OFFICERS 

WARREN EUBANKS President 

FRANCES BUCKLEY Vice-President 

JEANNETTE ROY Sec.-Treas. 





FRANCES SCHONHARDT BUCKLEY 

"Bright eyes sparkling like a gem 

We f'nd naught in her to condemn.'" 
Zeta Rho Sigma 2, 1. 



WARREN BAIRD EUBANKS 

"The general infusion of wit.'' 
Rho Chi 2, 1; President of Rho Chi 2: Student 
Y Club 2 ; Chaplain of Student Y Club 2 ; Class 
President 2; A. R. C. Baseball Manager 2. 1; 
Football Manager 1. 




BOBBIE JUNE CRAWFORD 

"Happy go lucky in her trend, 

But all in all a very good friend." 
Honor 1 ; Zet-i Rho Sigma 2, 1 ; Student 
Council ; Musketeer Staff. 



SARAH FLEMISTER 

"Oh then I saw her eye was bright 
A well of love, a spring of light." 







J, C, A. Sophomores 




BRUCE JORDAN 

'But break, my heart: 
for I must hold my tongue." 
Phi Delta Alpha 1. 



FRANCES HETT 

"Her smile is sweet, 

Her way is gay. 

She has a merry, winning way." 
Student Council 2. 1 ; Rainbow Staff 2, 1 : Co- 
Editor-in-Chief 2 : Editor-in-chief 1 ; Musketeer 
Staff 2, 1; Phi Psi Omega: President: Student 
Y Club 2. 1; Vice President 2; Secretary 1: 
Christian Workers Council 1 : High honor 1 ; Phi 
Theta Kappa 2 ; Transferred to Atlanta at M'id- 
Term. 



ADELE MARIE LAMB 

"Her heart is open as the day ; 

Her feelings all are true.'* 
Christian Workers Council. 



BILL REESE 

"Hitch your wagon to a star 
And therefore reach great heights." 



R. GEORGE ROLLINS 

"He is good-natured and has a friendly word for 
all." 





EVA JEANETTE ROY 

"May your life be always gay. 

Full of happiness along the way." 
Phi Theta Kappa 2. Secretary 2 ; Treasurer of 
Class 2: High Honor 1. 

\NN SMITH 

"A popular maid and always in style. 

In rain or sunshine, she wears a merry smile." 
High Honor 1; Student Y Club 2. 1. 

JANET WILSON SMITH 

"She has a sense of humor and the power t<> 
laugh." 
Honor 1 ; Zeta Rho Sigma 1 ; President 2. 



GLADYS LORITA SWEAT 

"Wherever she finds herself in life. 

She'll make a good addition." 
Phi Theta Kappa 1. High Honor 1. Student Y 
Club. President 2. 1 : Treble Clef Club 2; Rich- 
mond Choraliers 2 : Rainbow Distribution Editor 
2, 1 ; Class Prophecy 2. 



VICTOR LOUIS WILLIAMS 

"Hi-; valor and his mind, 
Prove him superior to his kind." 



LINDA WOO 

"There should be a wreath 
Woven to tell the world her 



.orth.' 



</• C. 4, freshmen 



OFFICERS 

President RICHARD STILL, 

Vice-President ...BARBARA BANNISTER 
Sec.-Treas. JIMMY KENT 





Bill Anderson Beverly Farr 

Joanne Beattie Shirley Freeland 



Caroline Courson Howell Gilmore 
Arlis Drew Jules Godin 



Sylvia Edwards James Gregory- 

Bert Eng Virginia Hoffman 




«/. C. A, Freshmen 




Marianne Mitchell Thomas Morris 



Anne Mura 



Louise Myer 



Billy Ranisbotham Jerry Anne Reese 




Neva Reynolds Robert Walton 

Elba Sandin Mary Wilkins 



Nancy Silbert Ethel Wright 

Joyce Sullivan Grace Yarbrough 




A, R. C. Seniors 



CLASS OFFICERS 

President KATHERINE BAILEY 

Vice President KENNETH MERRY 

Secretary-Treasurer ROY SWANCY 




BILLY EDWARD ADAMS 
"Where there's a will there's a way." 

ROY JERRY ALEWINE 

"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. " 
Honors 1 ; Gold "R" Society 4: Academy Hi Y 3 : 
Vice Pres. D. E. Club 4; Sabre Club 4: Youm; 
Life 4. 3. 2; "A" Varsity Basketball 4. 3. 2 ; "B" 
Varsity Basketball 1 : Baseball 4. 3. 2. 1. 



WILLIAM ERNEST ALEXANDER 
"With such a comrade, such a Friend ; 

I fain would walk till journey's end." 
Color Guard 4; "B" Varsity Football 3 ; "A" 
Varsity Football 4. 

JOHNNY RAY ALLEN 
"Not too serious, not too pay : 

But a rare good fellow when it comes to play." 
Hitrh Honors 3. 2. 1 ; M. S. & T. Merit Bar 3. 2; 
Gold "R" Society 4 ; Sabre Club 3 : Treasurer 
Sabre Club 4: Student Council 3: "A" Varsity 
Basketball 4. 3. 2. 1 : Baseball 4. 3. 2. 



NANCY JO ALMON 

"Her merry laugh has a certain tinkle, 

And in her eyes there's a merry twinkle." 
Tri Theta 4 ; Richmond Chcraliers 3 : Treble 
Clef Club 3 ; Christian Workers Council 4 ; 
Transfer from Parkersburgh High School. Park- 
ersburgh, West Virginia: Sophomore Girls Cho- 
rus 2 ; Book Club 2 ; Art Club 2 ; Thespian 
Troupe 2: Student Council 2. 

HARRY K. ANDERSON 
"Simplicity. Sincerity and Service. 1 ' 




THEODORE O. ATWOOD 

"Laugh off your tioubles." 

NICH BACHES 
"Hail fellow, well met." 
Transferred from Greece. 



ANDERSON COURTNEY BAILIE 

"What's the hurry, let's stop, be lazy ; 

and enjoy ourselves.'* 
Honor 1. 2 ; Richmond Fellowship Club 4. 

KATHERINE BAILEY 

"None ever saw, but at first sight they loved." 
Gold "T" 1 : Honorary Cadet Colonel 4 ; Military 
Sponsor 3; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3: Tri Alpha 4; Class 
President 4, 2; Student Council 3; Cheerleader 4. 



HELEN RUTH BAILEY 
"Sincere in what she does." 
Christian Workers Council 4. 

NOLAN DUDLEY BAIRD 

"Women reduce us all to the common 
denominator.*' 
Honor 2 ; Richmond Hi Y Secretary 3 ; Vice 
President 3 ; Treasurer 2 ; Sabre Club Vice 
President 4 : Gold "R" Society 4 ; V. F. W. 
Sabre: Student Council 4 : Class President 1 : 
Class Secretary 3: Theta Tri Hi Y Sweetheart 
3: Tennis 4, 3, 2, 1 ; GIAA Doubles Champion- 
ship. 3. 



A, R, C, Seniors 




DTJRWOOD LEE BALLARD 
"The man who blushes is not quite a brute." 
High Honor 2, 1; Honor 3; Beta Club 4. 3. 2 
Christian Workers Council 4 ; Young Life 4. 3 
Kappa Gamma Rho 4 ; Musketeer Sports Editor 4 
Annual Staff 2; Platoon Sergeant 4; "B" Varsity 
Football 3. 

DOROTHY LAYERNE BARKER 
"Winning is her way and sunny is her smile.*' 
F. T. A. 4, 3; Christian Workers Council 3, 2: 
Rainbow Staff 1, 3, 2. 1 : Sports Editor 4 : Guid- 
ance Assistant 1; Basketball 3: Captain Volleyball 
Champions 2. 



JUNE BARRETT 
"A pefect woman." 



JOYCELYN BEDDINGFIELD 

"To know her is to love her." 

Honor 2: "Y" Teens 3. 2. 1: Future Teachers 3: 
Future Nurses 3: Latin Club I: Rainbow Staff 
4, 3. 



DONALD KEITH BELL 

"I .-I uint only the hours that are bright." 

BARBARA HELEN BENOIT 
"A Miss is as good as she wants to be." 
High Honors 3: Beta Club 4; Treble Clef Club I: 
Christian Workers Council 4; Tri Alpha 4; Win- 
ner of American Medical Association Essay Con- 
test 3: Rainbow Staff 4: Musketeer Staff 4. 3: 
Managing Editor of Musketeer 4; Transfer from 
Vannuys. Calif., and Anchorage. Alaska; Ait 
Editor of Annual 2. Ski Club 2; Tri-Hi-V 2: Pep 
Club 3, 2 : Deltanais 3. 







VERDY DELANO BLACKWELL 

'Never do today what you can put off for tomor- 
row." 
M. S & T. Honors 3. 2; Sabre Club 4: Track 1. 

PATRICIA J. BODINE 
"Without love and laughter, life is nothing." 
Treble Clef Club 4. 3 ; Richmond Choraliers 4, 3 : 
Sound Off 4. 3: Rainbow Staff 4; Transferred 
from Mount Saint Joseph: Glee Club 2. 1; Round 
The Mount 2. 1 ; Christian Workers Council 3 ; 
Young Life 3. 



MARJORIE BONHAM 
"The very pink of perfection.' 



OTIS BOWMAN, JR. 

"Everybody loves and respects the self-made man.' 

Grammar School Coach. 



GORDON MIAL BRACK 
"Hope and be happy; 
That's al! for the best." 

WILLIAM BRECK BRIGHAM 
"None but himself can be his parallel.' 
Richmond Fellowship Club 4. 




JOHN F. BRINSON, JR. 

"Where is the end of study? Let me know." 
M. S. & T Honors 2; High Honors 1; Sabre Club 
4 ; Kappa Gamma Rho 4 : "A*' Varsitv Football 
4: "B" Varsity Football 3; Track 4. 3. 

CAROLINE HUNTER BROWNE 

"Sweeter also than honey in the honey comb." 
Future Nurses 4 ; Richmond Choraliers 3 : Trans- 
fer from North Augusta, S. C. : Future Teachers 
Club. Vice President 2 ; 4-H Club 2 ; Latin Club 2. 



MARGARET MARKHAM BRUMSEY 
"Those who bring sunshine into lives of others, 
cannot keep it from themselves." 
D. E. Club 4 : Transfer from Elizabeth City High 
School : Future Teachers 3 ; National Honor Soci- 
ety 3; Spotlight Club 1; Jr. Dramatic Club Vice 
President 1 ; Student Council 3, 2. 1 : Class Treas- 
urer 3 : Library Staff 3 : Class Secretary 2 : Band 
2. 1. 

WILLIAM LEE BRUXKHURST 

"Music is the universal language of mankind.'* 
High Honors 3, 2: Honor 1 ; Christian Workers 
Council ; Beta Club; Richmond Choraliers ; Vice 
President; Singing Musketeers; Vice President 3; 
Sound Off 4. 



JO ANN BURBIDGE 

"A thousand girls in one." 

High Honors 3 ; Christian Workers Council 4 ; 
Beta Club 4 ; Cheerleader 4 : Musketeer Staff 4 ; 
Literary Editor 4 ; Rainbow Staff 3. 



BARBARA JEAN BURNS 

"Sweets to the sweet." 



A, R. C. Seniors 




KATHERIXE BURNS 
"Youth with song and laughter." 

TAXICE ILEXE BUTLER 

"Knowledge is power.*' 

High Honors 3: Honors 2 ; Future Teachers Cluh 

i ; Future Homemakers 2, 1. 



Christian 



CHARLES FREDERICK BYRD 
"The time to be happy is now." 
Honor 2, 1 ; Richmond Choraliers 4 : 
Workers Council 4, 3. 



MARY JOYCE CALDWELL 

"Not for self but for others." 

Richmond Choraliers 4. 3 : Christian Workers 

Council 4 : Transfer from Valdosta. Ga.. ; Glee 

Club 2 : Tri-Hi-Y 2 : Rainbow Staff 4. 



WILLIAM JO CAXXADY 

"Variety is the spice of life." 

Christian Workers Council 4 ; Richmond Choraliers 

4; Musketeer Staff 4. 

RICHARD A. CARROLL 

"Business for pleasure." 
Honor 2, 1 ; Academy Hi-Y 3. 





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ELMO CASON 

"He, with all, his good humor shares 
Good nature brimming in the friendly grin he 
wears." 

GEXE CHRISTOPHER CAVADEL 
"Active, alert, and industrious." 
Honor 1 : Sabre Club 4. 



CHARLES THOMAS CHILUERS 
'For the good are always the merry'-" 
Christian Workers Council 4 ; 4-H 2. 1 ; Hobby- 
Club 1 : F. F. A. 2. 1 ; P. E. Basketball Cham- 
pions 3 : P E. Baseball Champions 2, 1 : Football 
1: Basketball 1: Baseball 1. 

FRANK JOSEPH CHRISTIAN". JR. 

"Meet the issue of life with a smile; 

Do your best, and let the other fellow worry.'* 
Singing Musketeers Medal 3, 2: President of Sing- 
ing Musketeers 3 : Richmond Choraliers 4, 3, 2 : 
Musketeer Staff 4 : D. E. Club 4. 



JESSIE FAYE CLARK 

"Because of you. we will be glad and gay." 

JOYCE AXXETTE CLARK 
"May your laugh be always gay. 

Full of happiness along the way.* 
High Honor 3 ; Honor 2 ; Black and Gold "T" 1 : 
Beta Club 4. 3, 2: D. E. Club Secretary 2 ; Class 
Council 1 ; Intramural Softball Championship 
Team 2. 




MARY KATHERIXE CLARK 
"Overflow of Achievement.'' 

Highest Honor 2 : High Honor 3 : Girls Activity- 
Medal 4 : Silver "T" 1 : Beta Club 4. 3, 2 : Fi.'ur? 
Teachers Club 4. 3. 2: Student Patrol 1: Class 
Council 1 : Tubman Times 1; Sports Editor 1 : 
Intramural Sports 4, 3, 2, 1 : Varsity Basketball 
4, 3, 2, 1. 

JO ANN CLIATT 

"Be useful where thou livest.'' 



JOAN M. COLEMAN 

"A merry heart that laughs at care." 

CAROLYN COLLINS 

"A good heart is better than all the gifts in the 
world.*' 



BARBARA ANNE COOK 
"Beware ! I might do something sensible." 
High Honor 3 ; Honor 2 : Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 4 : Beta Club 4, 3, 2 ; Tri Theta 4 ; Rainbow 
Staff 4. 3. 

CLARENCE K. COOK 

"Work is the meat of life : pleasure, the dessert.'* 



A. If. C, Seniors 




CONSTANCE MARIE COOK 

An;] yet a spirit still and bright 

With something of angelic light." 
Vice President of Class 1 ; Student Council 1 ; 
Honor 3, 2 ; Baseball Team 3. 

MARIAN SUE COOK 

"There are whole veins of diamonds in your eyes." 
Hieh lienor 2 ; Beta Club 4. 3. 2: Christian Work- 
ers Council 4: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3; Tri Alpha Chap- 
lain I; Rainbow Staff 4. 3; Tubman Times 1. 



JOE \V. COOLER 

"Eternal Smiles, his happiness betray." 

"B" Varsity Football 3. 2; "A" Varsity 4. 

HILARY ANN CORLETT 

"There is nothing worth the wear of winning:; 

Hut laughter and the love of friends.'' 
Rainbow Staff 4: Sound Off Staff 1: Transfer 
from Southporl High School for Girls. Southport, 
England. 



rOHN COSNAHAN 

"Words <:f truth and soberness." 

RICHARD R. CRAWFORD 

"An honest man is the noblest work of Clod.' 




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rOMMY X. CRAWFORD 

"Youth ! You come but once in a lifetime." 
GRACE ELLEN CREECH 
"I love my fellow creature: 
I do all the good I can." 
Honors 3. 2 : Girls Activities Medal 4 : Christian 
Workers Council 4. 3, 2; Vice President 3: Secre- 
tary 4 : Future Nurses 4 : Richmond Chcral'ers 
4. 3 : Annual Staff 4 : Musketeer Staff 4 ; Red 
Cross Representative 1: Youth Conference 4 : Mu- 
sic Festival 1 : Class Officer 1 : Captain of Soft- 
ball Team 2. 



JOSEPH BYRON CROFT 

"A good name is rather to be chosen than great 

riches." 
Richmond Churaliers 4. 

JO ANN DANIEL 

"Her heart is like a singing bird "' 



HELEN JEAN DANIELS 
"Heaven made her what she is, and never made 

another." 
High Honor 3, 2; Girls Activities Medal 4; Beta 
Club 4, 3 : Future Homemakers : Future Teachers 
4 ; Christian Workers Council 4 ; Young Life 4 ; 
State Convention of Future Homemakers 2 ; Cen- 
tral Council 4 ; Intramural Sports 2. 

HELEN DAVENPORT 

"A fair exterior is a silent recommendation." 



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JUANITA A. DAVIDSON 

"So sweet a face, such angel grace, 
In all that land had never been." 

KATHERINE IRENE DAVIS 

"The only way to have a friend is to be one.' 

Honors 4, 3, 2. 



SARAH JESSUP DAWSON 
"The smile that is worth the praise of the earth." 
Christian Workers Council 4 ; Biology Club 2 ; Jr. 
High Cheerleader ; Student Council 2 ; Annual 
Staff 2 ; Volleyball Team 2. 

FRANCES CAROLYN DIKE 

"I have a heart with room for every joy.'' 

High Honor 3, 2; Beta Club: Richmond Chor- 

aliers ; Rainbow Girls; Tubman Choral Club. 



BARBARA DIXON 

"Golden sweetness and delight.'' 

BEATRICE ANN DODD 

"A mind that is able, a face that is fair. 

A combination that is very rare." 
Highest Honor 3. 2: Silver "T" 1 : Theta Tri-Hi-Y 
3; Beta Club 4, 3, 2; Tri Theta 4; Secretary 4; 
Christian Workers Council 4 ; Student Patrol 1 ; 
Rainbow Staff 4, 3 ; Tubman Times 1 ; Snack Bar 
Worker 1 : Home Room Officer 1. 



A. R. C. Seniors 




MARY ELLEX DORX 
"Brilliancy and Grace." 

WILLIAM A. DROST, JR. 

"What should a man do but be merry?'' 



JOSEPH SXYDER DUKES III 
"He has been tried and found so true. 

He ever seeks some good to do." 
Christian Workers Council 2, 1 : President 4: 
Richmond Choraliers 2. 1 ; Treasurer 3 : President 
4 ; Singing Musketeers 3, 2 ; Rainbow Staff 4 ; 
Sound Off Staff 4 ; Track 4. 

JAMES EASOX 

"A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece 
of nature."' 



MARGARET ELAINE ELSER 
"Bright and vivacious." 

Hi'-'h Honor 3: Highest Honor 2: Future Teachers 
4, 3 : Beta Club 4. 3. 2 ; Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 4 : Richmond Choraliers 3 : Tri Alpha 4 ; Rain- 
bow Staff 4 : Basketball 4. 

NELLIE HARRIET EPPS 

"A constant babble of happy talk and laughter." 
High Honors 3. 2; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3 : Beta Club 
2. 3. 4 : Vice President 4 ; Christian Workers 
Council 4 ; Black and Gold "T" 1 ; Tubman Times 
1 ; Rainbow Staff I, 3 : Basketball 1 ;Tri Alpha 4. 



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MARY ANN EPPS 

"What is good is beautiful, and who is good is 
beautiful also.*' 



MALCOLM C. ESTROFF 

"Every man of courage is a man of his word." 



.MARILYN JUNE EVANS 

"Sometimes from her eyes I did receive fair, 
speechless messages." 
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3; Tri Alpha 4; Future Nurses 
4 ; Christian Workers Council 4 ; Student Patrol 
1 ; Silver "T" 1 : Student Council 1 ; Basketball 1 ; 
Intramural Basketball Championship Captain 2 ; 
Intramural Vol'evball and Basketball Captain 4. 

RICHARD WARREX FAGLIER 

"He who has a thousand friends has not a friend 

to spare." 

High Honor 3. 2. 1 : Beta Club 4. 3. 2: Glee Club 
J Baseball Manager 4; Merit Bars 3. 2. 



WAYNE FARMER 

"He is well repaid that is well satisfied.' 

CAROL A. FAULKNER 

"Little chips start big fires.*' 



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WILLIAM HENRY FIELDS 

"A man in earnest finds means." 

High Honors 3, 2 : Richmond Choraliers 3, 

Singing Musketeers 3. 2 ; Beta Club 4. 3, 2. 

WILLIE JEAN FLETCHER 

"Her nature makes her smiling face. 
Blossom like a sunny day.'* 



MARGARET ELIZABETH FLOYD 

"Behold ! A girl with a three decker brain.*' 
■Beta Club 4, 3: Christian Workers Council 4: 
Future Homemakers 4 ; 4-H Club: Jr. High Stu- 
dent Council ; Creative Writing 3 ; Jr. High Bas- 
ketball. 

AXX CATHERIXE FOLK 
"Here's a girl who's bound to win. 

Her heart has room for mny friends." 
Future Teachers 4 ; Christian Workers Council 4 : 
Rainbow Staff 4 : Basketball 4, 3 ; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 1. 



MARY DOROTHY FORD 
"She's young and pretty with laughing lips, 
She has the world at her finger tips." 
Honors 3, 2 , Future Teachers 4 ; Christian Work- 
ers Council 4. 

AUDREY FREE 

"The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known." 



A. R, C. Seniors 




JAMES MANNING FREELAND 

"A soul of kindness believing good of everyone." 
Richmond Choraliers 4. 

ELIZARETH ANNE FREEMAN 

"Not all the tresses that fair heads can toast. 
Shall draw such envy as the locks you boast." 
Future Homemakers 3, 2, 1 ; Richmond Choraliers 
4, 3: Christian Workers Council 4; Glee Club I; 
Operetta 4, 3. 







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JERRY JEAN FRICKS 

"Kindness is a virtue to treasure always. 1 ' 

SIM BELL FULCHER 

"A boy the girls can't leave alone: 

He's so cute they sigh and moan." 
Gold "R" Society 4 : Honor 3 ; High Honors 2, 1 ; 
M. S. & T. Merit Bar 3; Richmond Fellowship 
Club Vice President 4 ; Beta Club 4 : Richmond 
Hi-Y 3, 2: Student Council 4. 3; Vice President 
4 ; Class Vice President 2 : "A" Varsity Football 
4. 3 : Co-Captain 4 ; "B" Varsity Football 2 ; 
Track 4, 3, 2. 



MAMIE E. FULLERTON 

"Where would you pro in all the world. 
To find a cuter, sweeter girl?' 1 



NANCY GEER 
"Gaiety and grace." 




ROSALYN VITA GHITTER 
"Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers." 
Highest Honors 3: High Honor 2; Honor 1; Beta 
Club 4. 3. 2 ; Future Teachers 4. 3 ; Sound Off 
Staff 4 ; Tubman Times Staff 1 : Student Council 
1 : Black and Gold "T" 1. 

WALTER EUGENE GIBSON 
"Well timed silence hast more eloquence than 
speech." 

Kich Honor 1. .1. 2 ; Richmond Choraliers 3. S : 
Richmond Musketeers 3. 2; Beta Club 4; Latin 
Cl.ib 4. 



JUNE SYLVIA GILLION 
"Zest and freshness." 

R. E. GLADIN 

"They love and cannot do without.'' 

Baseball 1, 3 : B. Varsity Football 3, 2 ; Sergeant 

4. 3. 



CLAUDETTE GOODWIN 
"Recognized and honored." 

MARY CATHERINE GOSS 
"Bewitching airs are hers." 
Christian Workers Council 3. 




RICHARD GRICE 
"I care not for women ; 
selves." 



let them care for them- 



MARGIE LOUISE GRIFFIN 

"Words of truth and soberness." 
Christian Workers Council 4. 



NINA FRANCES GRIFFIN 

"Your thoughts are buzzing like a swarm of bees." 

NORMAN WALTER GRIFFIN 

"If a man can look at life with a grin. 

Has brains along with it, he*s sure to win." 
Honor 3 : High Honor 2, 1 ; M. S. & T. Merit 
Bar: Gold "R" Society; Academy Hi-Y Secretary 
3; Sabre Club: Basketball 4. 3, 2. 1: "A" Varsity 
4, 3. 2; "B" Varsity lj Baseball 4. 3. 2. 1. 



CAROLYN Rt'TH GRIFFIS 

"She's smiling and happy, rarely sad: 

One of the best friends you ever had." 
Tri Theta 4. 

DAVID L. HALCAME 

"Happy in nature, honest in every part. 
Handsome in face, strong in heart.'' 



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PATRICIA HALL 
"A pretty girl of the brunette type. 
With eyes that shine like stars at night." 

MARTHA LESTER HARDEN 
"All the world's a stage and you know for a fact. 
Besides sparkle and personality, she loves to act." 
High Honor 4. 3, 2 : Winner — "I Speak for Democ- 
racy" 2: Beta Club 4. 3, 2; Rainbow Staff. Mili- 
tary Editor 3: Sound Off 3; Student Council 1; 
Editor Tubman Times I; Gold 'T* 1. 



JOHXXY H. HARRIS 

"A good intention clothes itself with sudden 
power." 

ROY VINCENT HARRIS 

"From him sudden friendship springs." 

Honor 1 : Sabre Club 4 : Civil Air Patrol 4. 3. 2 : 

Richmond Fellowship Club 4 ; Richmond Hi-Y' 3 : 

Student Council 2: Class Officer 1: '"A" Varsity 

Football 4, 3; "B" Varsity Football 2. 



ELEANOR LORRENE HARRISON 
"Where did ycu get those eyes so blue?" 

DESSEY LANDRUM HARRISON 
"There are some men who are born to be the best. 
Have every virtue, and by right to lead the rest." 
High Honor 3: Honor 1. 2: Member of Gold "R" 
Scciety 4: H. S. & T. Award 3: Sabre Club 4. 3: 
Beta Club 4 : Richmond Hi-Y 3. 2 : Treasurer 3: 
President Sabre Club 4 ; Lieutenant 3 : Captain 4 : 
Battalion Adjutant 4 : Military Ball Committee 
4. 3 : Class Secretary 2 : Annual Staff. Military 
Editor 4. 



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WALTER HAROLD HARWOOD 
"Whoso findeth a wife, findeth a good thing." 
Academy Hi-\' 3. 2: "B" Varsity Football 2: A" 
Varsity Football 3 : Track 2. 

MARIANNA HEATH 

"Happy go lucky, young and free." 

Future Nurses 4. 3 : Treble Clef 4. 3 : Christian 

Workers Council 3. 2 : Y-Teens 2 : Choraliers 4, 3: 

Newspaper 1 ; Silver "T" 1 : Glee Club 1. 



WILLIAM PRICE HENDERSON 
"Laugh yourself into sitches." 

Honor 2 : M'„ S. & T. Honor 3 : Latin Club 4 ; 
Kappa Gamma Rho 4. 



KAREX HEXKE 

"Cute and sweet, can that be beat?" 



JOAX HERBERT 

"Sing away sorrow, laugh away care.' 



JOYCE HILL 

"A woman in earnest finds means.' 



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LAROSE HILL 

"Be cheerful all the live long day and make others 
happy along the way." 

BARBARA JOYCE HODGES 
"Then she will talk — Oh. how she will talk '." 
Theta Tri-Hi-Y' 3 : Tri Theta 4 : Richmond Cho- 
raliers 4 : Young Life 4. 3 : Secretary 4 : Silver 
"T" 1: Student Patrol 1 : Annual Staff 1. 3. 4 : 
Tubman Times 1 : Cheerleader 3. 1 : Intramural 
Basketball. Volleyball. Ring Tennis 1. 



EUGENIA PAIGE HOFFMAN 
"Let there be friendship between us forever more." 
Silver ■ T" 1: Richmond Choraliers 4: Tubman 
Glee Club 1 : Student Patrol 1 : Tubman Times 1 ; 
Transfer from New Smyrna Beach. Florida : 
Homecoming Sponsor 3 : Play Staff 3 : Senior 
Veep 3: Usher for Graduation 3. 

JAMES RAYMOND HOLDEN 
"I'm seldom indignant and never surprised." 
Honor 2 : Merit Bar 2 ; High Honors 1 : Sabre 
Club 4 : Kappa Gamma Rho 4 : Cadet Hi-Y' 3 : 
First Lieutenant 4 : "B" Varsity Football 2. 



CAROL HOLLEY 

"The hand that made you fair made you good." 

JOYCE ANN HOPKINS 
"Her friendship is surrounded -with respect." 
Transfer from Washington. Georgia : Christian 
Workers Council 4: Future Homemakers 2. 1: 
Rainbow Girls 4 : Future Teachers 2. 1. 



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BELVA EARLE HORTON 

"Her heart is light as the leaf of a tree." 
Christian Workers Council 3: Rainbow Staff 4. 3: 
Future Teachers 4 : Transfer from Durham High 
School, Durham. N. C. : Thespians Dramatic Club 
2 ; Athena Literary Society 2 ; Girls Athletic Asso- 
ciation 2. 

BOBBY HOWARD 

"The greatest display of friendship." 



MILLIE HOWARD 

"Boundless admiration to her is given." 

DORIS ELOISE HUDGINS 

"She's the tap of ambition.' 1 

First Prize Hallloween Art Contest : Dramatics 
Club; Rainbow Staff 4: Transfer: Glee Club 3; 
Black and Gold Newspaper 2: A capella Choir 2; 
[tit ra mural Basketball 2 ; Intramural Volleyball 3. 



CHRISTINE NAOMI HUNDLEY 
"Here's the brightest glow of enthusiasm." 
Rainbow Staff 4, 3 ; Newspaper Staff 1 ; Red 
Gross Representative 1 ; Usher for Graduation. 

MYHTLE ELIZABETH HUNT 

"Worth of life." 




GERRY AX1TA JACKSON 

"The spirit that's indeed willing." 

Honor Certificate 2 ; Distributive Education, Re 

porter 4 : Future Nurses Club 3. 

CHARLES MILFORD JENKINS 

"He is gay himself, and the cause of gaiety ii 



JOHN CARMEN JENNINGS 
"The quality of leadership is bis." 
Christian Workers Council 4, 3. 

RICHARD WAYNE JENNINGS 

"He is the greatest ornament of friendship." 
High Honor 3. 2. 1 ; R. O T. C. Merit Bar: Beta 
Club 3. 2. 



DAN JOHNSON 

"A moral, sensible, well-bred man." 



CHAPPY JONES 

"Every day and every 
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WANDA R. JOWERS 

"Beautiful and Majestic." 

Back and Go>l "T" 1 : Honors 3 ; Treble Clef Club 

4. 3, 2; Tubman Choral Club 1. 

PAUL RICHARD JUE 

"His ambition is success." 

Hich Honor 1. 2: Honor 3: Beta Club 4. 

Rainbow Staff 4, 3. 



SANDRA KARESH 
"Loyalty and gaiety." 

SHERRILL B. KELLY 

"There's no great genius without a mixture of 

humor." 
Highest Honor 3. 2 : George Traylor Memorial 
Medal 2 : D. A. R. History Award 3 ; Beta Club 
1. 3. 2: Treasurer 4 : Musketeer Staff 4. 3. 2 : 

Rainbow Staff 4. 3. 



GEORGE EDWARD KIKER 

"Ambition has no rest." 

High Honor t : Honor 3 : Latin Club 4 : Richmond 

Choraliers 4 : Civil Air Patrol 4. 3. 2. 

CHARLES RICHARD KILLINGSWORTH 

"Endless joys here are found." 

High Honor 2 ; Honor 3 ; Cadet Hi-Y 3 : Transfer 

from Carmichael Jr. High : President of M'ixed 

Choir ; Cheerleader; Secretary of Student Council : 

Secretarv of Bovs' League; Secretary Letterman's 

Club. 



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ELEANOR KILPATRICK 

'She spreads around that magic spell. 

That makes all people love her well." 
Silver "T" 1 : Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3 : Tri Theta 4 ; 
Young Life 4, 3 : Rainbow 3 : Snack Bar 1 : Stu- 
dent Patrol 1 ; "C Varsity Basketball 1. 

CHARLES EXGEXE KING 
"An inspired ray in his eyes." 
Baseball. 



JOYCE IOXA KXOTTS 

"My true love harh my heart." 

Black and Gold "T" 1: Christian Workers Council 

3. 2 : Richmond Choraliers 3. 

WILLIAM FLEMING LAW 
"Lau^rh and the world laughs with you ; 
Frown and the world laughs at you." 
Honors 2, 1 : Gold "R" Society 4 : M. S. & T. Mer : t 
Bar 3. 2 : Richmond Hi-Y 3, 2 : Chaplain 2 ; Presi- 
dent 3; Sabre Club 4: Chaplain 4: Executive Of- 
ficer 4 ; Tennis 4. 3. 2. 



SHIRLEY A. LEDBETTER 

"A charming air of vigor and vitality." 

ELIZABETH SELDEX LEHMANN 

"She's full of mischief and bewitching when she 
trie.-. 
Besides being pretty, she can roll those eyes." 
Silver T" 1 : Student Patrol 1 : Student Council. 



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.MARTHA CAROLYX JIAGRl'DER 
"Wit is the salt of conversation." 
Highest Honors 3. 2; Gold "T" 1; D. A. R. His- 
tory Award 3; Beta Club 4. 3. 2: Secretary 4 
Christian Workers Council 4. 3: Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3; 
Tri Theta 4: Chaplain 4: Tubman Times 1 : Rain- 
bow Staff 4. 3 : Student Patrol 1 ; Central Council 
1; Snack Bar Worker 2. 

VIVIAN JANE MARSCHALK 

"Charm upon charm in her is packed." 

High Honors 3. 2: Silver "T" 1; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 

3 ; Beta Club 4, 3. 2 ; Tri Theta 4 : Cheerleader 

4, 1 ; Snack Bar Helper 1. 



JAXE FRANCES MARRIOTT 

"Her face is like a summer rose." 

Honor 2 : Glee Club : Richmond Choraliers 3. 2 : 

Treble Clef Club 4. 3. 

MARGIE AXX MATTHEWS 
"Always smiling, never sad: 
Sometimes naughty, but never bad." 

Tri Theta 4. 



MARILYN WRETHA MATTHEWS 

"A wonderful mixture of charm and courtesy." 
Christian Workers Council : Richmond Choralier: 



MARION B. MATTHEWS 

"AH the magic of youth and joy has he." 



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FRANCES ARNOLD McCARTY 

"Exquisite graciousness of manner." 
Exchange Editor on Newspaper; Vice President 
of Future Homemakers : Secretai-y of Future 
H.memakers; Beta Club 4. 3: 4-H 3. 2: Future 
Teachers 3, 2; Chorus 2: Newspaper 3: Dramatic 
Club 3. 2; Christian Workers Council 4. 

(AliO AUOOXALD 

Vivacity in her face and manner." 
Honors 2. 3; Beta Club 2. 3, 4: Future Teachers 
4 : Tri Theta 4 : Young Life 4 ; Annual St^ff 3. 4 ; 
Silver "T" 1; Newspaper 1; Snack Bar Helper 1. 



BEN SWAIN McELMURRAY 

"Two heads are better than one when they're on 

the same shoulder. - ' 
Gold *'R" Society: Annual Award 3: High Honors 

3. 2. 1; Honor 3 ; M. S. & T. Honors 3. 2; Beta 
Club 4. 3. 2: President 4: Cadet Hi-Y 3. 2: Rich- 
mond Choraliers 3 : Singing Musketeers 3 ; Secre- 
tary 3: Christian Workers Council; Kappa Gamma 
Rho 4; Treasurer 4: Young Life 4: Annual Staff 

4. 3. 2 : Publisher 4 ; Associate Business Manager 
3; Sound Off Staff 4: Platoon Sergeant 4. 

CAROL MARIE McELHEXXY 
"A merr>" heart goes all the day; 

' ring sunshine in every' way.'" 
Honors 3, 2: Beta Club 4. 3. 2 ; Annual Staff 4, 3. 



WILMA McELHENNY 

"In her there glows charming radiance.* 



WILLIAM T. McKETTRICK 

"His eyes have a twinkle of much pleasantry.' 



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MARY \V. McLEOn 

"An example of golden sweetness and delight.' 

MARY ANN MELLIN 

"Come sing now ; for I know you sing well 
I see you have a singing face.'' 



KENNETH HOLMES MERRY 

"The determination to succeed is the first step 

to success." 
Highest Honors 3. 2. 1: M'. S. & T. Honors; Gi Id 
"R" Society : Beta Club 4, 3, 2 ; Sabre Club 4, 3 ; 
Officer 4. 3: Student Council 2. 1; Vice President 
of Class 4 : Secretary Sabre Club 4 : Basketball 
"A" Varsity 4. 3. 2. 1 ; Captain Basketball Team 
4: Baseball "A" Varsity 2, 1. 

PAULA RAE MILLER 
"Ability, humor and spirit." 



ALICE MORPvIS 

"A glittering anil infectious smile.'' 

MARY CORDELIA MORRIS 
"A mild appreciating air." 




MARY SOLETA MORRIS 
"A little nonsense now and then, 
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wisest men." 
Theta 4 ; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 



BOBBY LEONARD MOSER 
"Dignity and patience are in his look." 
Runnerup for D. E. Award 3; Jr. High Honor 
Society ; D. E. Club 4. 3 ; Golf Team 4, 3, 2~. 



GEORGE H. MULL 

"Laugh off your troubles." 

HELEN BERNICE MYRICK 

"A smile that won't come off." 

Honors 2: Beta Club 4, 3. 2 ; Alpha Tri-Hi 

Tri Alpha 3 ; Rainbow Staff 3. 



GLORIA ANN NEWSOME 
"For love and beauty and delight ; 

There is no death nor change." 
High Honor 2, 3 ; Beta Club 4. 3 2; Rainbow Girls 

1. 3, - ; Christian WorKers Council 4. 

ANNELLE NEWTON 
"Endearing sweetness in her manner." 




EUGENIA JACQUELYN NIEHUSS 
"An ounce of wit is worth a pound of sorrow." 
Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3 : Tri Theta 4 ; President 4 : 
Camera Club 1 : Band 1 : Basketball 1. 2; Transfer 
from Americus Kip:h School. 

MARY ANN OAKLEY 

"Nothinc was ever achieved without enthusiasm." 
Tubman Times 1 ; Snack Bar Helper 1 ; Future 
Nurses 4; Annual Staff 4 : Musketeer Business 
Manager 4, 3, 2 ; Richmond Choraliers 4. 



HAZEL ADELE OETJEN 
"Whirl and delight in all things." 

FREDRIC MICHAEL OLIVE 

"Thou hast attempted preatness, and achieved it.'' 
R. O. T. C. Drum Corps 3, 2: Transfer from Bris- 
tol. Tennessee, High School ; Camera Club 2 ; Foot- 
ball 2: Rifle Team 3, 2. 



DULANEY LEE O'ROARK 

"Time ! I dare thee to discover 

Such a youth and such a lover." 
Honors 3 ; Military Honors 3 ; Sabre Club 4 ; 
Varsity Basketball 4. 

MARY ANN OSBORNE 
"Youth is full of pleasure." 



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MOZELLE LAXIER OWENS 
"How sweet and gracious, even in common 
speech." 
Honors 2. 3 ; Treble Clef Club 4. 3. 2 : Beta Club 
4. 3. 2. 

GENEVA LUCILLE PAGE 

"Admired for her unbounding cheerfulness." 

Honor 1: V-Teens 1. 2: Richmond Choraliers 1. 



CHESLEY ROSS PARRISH 

"What now you see is only half the promise of 

things to be." 
D. C. T. Club 4. 3. 

WILLIAM KENNETH PARTRIDGE 
"The force of his own merit makes his way."' 
High Honors 1 : Honors 3. 2: Beta Club 1. 2. 



TAMES 3. PERDUE 

"One who never turned his back but marched 
forward. 

Never doubted clouds would break." 

D. E. C. Ciub 4. 

BRIGITTE ROSEMARIE PEUKERT 
"Always a tone of gaiety." 

Future Homemakers : Latin Club : Treble Celf 
Club: Richmond Choraliers : Tri Alpha : Transfer 
from Berlin. Germany ; Student Council : Class 
President and Vice President. 




ANNETTE PIKE 

"An answering glow of gratitude." 

EUGENE MILTOX PLUNKETT 
"An expression of humor and surprise." 
Sabre Club 4; Rifle Team 4. 3. 2 : Football 2. 1. 



WILLIAM POOLE 

"Carrying holiday in his eyes." 

Track 4 : Transfer from Seabreeze High School : 

Most Versatile : Key Club 3 : Latin Club 2. 1 ; 

Track 3. 2: Basketball 1 ; Baseball 1. 

SYLVIA DELORES POTEET 
"Beaming with pleasurable anticipation." 



RONALD E. POUNDS 

"A man in earnest finds means." 

MARGIE ELLEN" PRICKETT 
"Grace, simplicity and sweetness." 
Christian Workers Council. 




GLEN DA RUTH PRINCE 

In your friendly face I see the map of truth and 

loyalty." 
Christian Workers Council 4. 3 : Girls Chorus 2 : 
Future Teachers 3 ; Choraliers 4 : Jr. Red Cross 1. 

ADELAIDE PUND 

"Thoughtless of beauty : she is beauty herself." 
Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3 : Richmond Choraliers 4 : Young 
Life 4. 3 ; Tri Theta 4: Student Patrol 1 : Snack 
Bar Helper 1 : Silver "T" 1 : Cheerleader 1 ; Ring 
Tennis Team 4. 



LETICIA RAMOS 
"A girl who can do any task well.** 
Transfer from Manila ; Glee Club ; Student Coun- 
cil : Girl Scouts : Home Economics Club: Badmin- 
ton. 

NANCY WOMACK RAGER 
"Happiness and affection." 
Psychology Club 3. 2. 1. 



GWENDOLYN SARAH READY 

"What kind things you always say." 

Honor 2; Christian Workers Council 3: Y-Teens 

2 ; Future Homemakers. 

CHARLES M. REESE 

"The chief action for a man of great action : 
Is never to be out of action.** 



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RALPH REESE 

"He is ore of us who numbers his friends by his 
acquaintances." 

DONNA SUE RICE 
"Here's a girl who's never still. 

She's always talking and always will." 
Choraliers i : Annual Staff 3 ; Tri-Hi-Y 3 : Junior 
French Cluh 3: Music Club 3 : Christian Workers 
Council 4. 



HARDY ALLAN RISTEEN 

"His only fault is that he has none." 
Honors 3. 1- Beta Club 4 : Sabre Club 4 ; Richmond 
Hi-Y 3; Circulation Manager Musketeer; Transtfei 
from Lexington, Sr. High. Lexington. Mass. ; 
Track 2. 

GORDON ODELL ROBINSON 

"A thousand hopes for your success." 
D. E. Club 



FRANCIS L. ROSE 

"Possessed of the most generous and forgiving 
spirit known to us." 

JACK WADE ROUNDTREE 

"A warm hearted, genial, good natured fellow." 

Sabre Club 4 ; Football "B" Varsity 3. 




ELEANOR ROY 

"An expression at once confident and appealing.' 



EDWARD O. RUDISILL 

"A man with a purpose and never idle a moment." 



CAROLAN SALLEY 

"She may be little and not very tall, 

Hut nice things come in packages small." 
High Honors '.i ; Honor 2; Beta Club 4; Christian 
Workers Council 4 : TrebJe Clef Club 3, 2; Future 
Himemakers 1 ; Annual Staff. 

ANN .MARIE SATCHER 
"Grace and Dignity.'' 

Highest Honor 2, 4; High Honor 3: Girls' Activity 
Medal : Beta Club 2. 3, 4 : Christian Workers 
Council 4: Future Teachers 4; Future Homemakers 
2, 3. 4 ; Young Life 4 ; Treasurer Future Home- 
makers 4 ; Softball 2. 



E. Ii. SATCHER 

"Nothing but something nice is ever said of him. 
But that's all that one can say of him." 

SHIRLEY DIANE SAWILOWSKY 
"A tender heart ; a will inflexible." 
High Honor 4. 3 ; Honor 1 ; Beta Club. 




JOANN M. SCOTT 

"An all around girl, and ciuite a favorite." 

NORMAN I. SHAPIRO 

"As large as life and twice as natural." 
High Honor 4.2. 1 : Honor 3 : Sgt. 4. 3. 2 : 
Varsity Football 1 2: "A" Varsity Football. 



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CRAXSTON SHELTON 
"A settled conviction of success.'' 
High Honor 4, 3. 

BARBARA CAROLYN SHEPPARD 
"A secret of wistful charm." 
Honor \i ; High Honor 3. 



HERBERT SILVER 

"A merry heart maketh a cheeful countenance." 

GEORGE BRYAX SIMKINS 

"He never mourns a mischief that is gone: 

But plans a way to bring new mischief on." 
Richmond Hi-Y 3, 2 ; Sabre Club 4 : Young Life 
I. 3: Cheerleader 4; "11" Varsity Football 3. 2: 
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BARBARA ANN TILLERY 

"Looks to equal her grace." 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3 ; Christian Workers Council I. 

3: Young Life i, 3; Rainbow Staff 4. Sound Off 

4 : Transferred from Central High, Battle Creek, 

Mich. 

BENJAMIN TILLMAN TURNER, JR. 
"The only true happiness is found when you have 
a multitude of friends." 



AGNES JOAN UNDERWOOD 

"Quite a capable and well-liked girl." 

CARLENE USRY 

"She has a love far fun and laughter.' 



JAWANA F. USRY 

"Fit to stand the gaze of millions." 

MARY CAROLYN VAUGHN 

"Grace, gentleness and manner.'* 
Honors 3, 2; Y-Teens 3. 2, 1; Rainbow Girls 3; 
Future Nurses 1 ; Student Y 4 : Christian Workers 
Council 4 ; Rainbow Staff 4 ; Musketeer Staff 4 ; 
Majorette 3, 2 ; Tubman Times 1 ; Silver "T" 1 : 
Class Council 1. 




FANNIE O. WALDEN 
"Like the dawn of the morning." 

EDWARD VERNON WALL 
"Deeply engrossed in congenial work." 
DeMolay 3, 2, 1; Choraliers 4: Christian Workers 
Council 4. 



JOAN CLAIRE W ATKINS 
"Happy and cheerful all the live long day. 
While making others happy along the way." 
Student Patrol 1 : Silver "T" 1 : Class Council 1 : 
Football Queen 3. 

ERNESTINE V. WALTON 

"A pretty smile full of sunshine and laughter." 

Honors 3 ; High Honors 2 ; Beta Club. 



JOHN RICHARD WEATHERFORD 
"Diversity in mind and temper.'' 

KAY WEEKS 

"There is so much wit and mischief about thee, 

There is no living with thee or wthout thee." 
Honor 1 ; Beta Club ; Tri Theta 4 ; Snack Bar 
Worker 1; Silver "T" 1; Secretary of Class 2. 




WILLIAM R. WEST 

"Youth will not always last so prepare the future 
by molding the past." 

SANDRA F. WHEELER 
"Two noble things in life are sweetness and 
laughter.'' 



BOBBY WHITE 
"His endless zeal is contagious." 

M. S. & T. Merit Bar 4. 3: Cadet Hi-Y 3, 2, 1: 
Richmond Choraliers 3 : Singing Musketeers 3 : 
Christian Workers Council 4 : Cheerleader 4 ; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Track 4, 3: Tennis 4. 

PEGGY JEAN WHITESIDE 

"Trouble never troubles me." 

Christian Workers Council 4; Future Nurses 4, 3 ; 

Publicity 4 ; Young Life 4, 3 : Transferred from 

Social High School, Social Circle, Ga. ; Glee Club 

2, 1 ; Future Homemakers 2. 1 ; Tri-Hi-Y 2. 1 ; 

Treasurer 2; Cheerleader 2, 1. 



LINDA ANN WHITTLE 

"Her smile, her speech, her winning way ; 

Wiles old trouble's mood away." 
High Honor 2 ; Beta Club 4. 3, 2: Future Teach- 
ers 3, 2 ; Treble Clef 4, 3 ; Secretary 4 ; Y-Teens 4 ; 
Richmond Choraliers 4; Rainbow Staff 4. 3. 2. 

JACK K. WIDENER 

"Endowed with undreamed of powers.'' 



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LAUREL L. WIERSEMA 
"She"? supposed to be shy?"' 



ELEAXOR JOAN WIGGINS 
"Once your friend, always your friend.' 



REBECCA AXX WILBANKS 

X : that I love to study. 

But that I love fun more." 
Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3 : Musketeer Staff 4 : Richmond 
Choraliers 4. 3 : Rainbow Staff 4. 3: Future 
Xurses 4 : Tri Theta 4 : Silver "T" 1 : Student 
Council 1 : Student Patrol 1 : Snack Bar 1 : Choral 
Club 1 : Y'oung Life 4. 3 : Intramural Sports 1 : 
Class Officer 1. 

ALICE XAX WILLIAMS 

- e's gucd natured. unselfish, true. 

Always has a smile, especially for you." 
Hisrh Honor 3. 2: Girls Activity Medal 4: Point 
Manager T. C. L 1 : Beta Club 4. 3. 2 : Future 
Teachers 4. 3 : President 3 : Alpha Tri-Hi-Y" 3 : 
T.-! Alpha. President 4 : Christian Workers Council 
4: Rainbow Staff 4: Musketeer Staff 4: Tubman 
■',irls Basketball 4. 3. 2. 1. 



RALPH LEE WILLIAMS 

"Full of singular freshness, insight and power." 



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"Y*ou look as if butter would melt in your mouth.' 




PATRICIA WOLFE 

-etionate and warm hearted.' 



VIOLA ELLEX WOLFE 
"Amiabie. genial and charitable." 
Heidelberg. Germany : Glee Club 2 : Chess Club 2 : 
Volleyball 2: Librarians Club 1 : Chorus 1: Volley- 
ball 1. 



WILLIAM McKIXLEY WOO 

"A big man. a big Ilea I 

Honors 2. 1 : Latin Club 4 : Sabre Club 4 : 

tian Workers Council 4. 



FRAXKLIX WOOD 

"His mood is one of pure exaltation." 



Chris- 



ROXALD WRIGHT 

"If women interfere with work, quit work." 

JENNY CLAIRE WYLIE 
"Hapry am I. from care I'm free." 
Eigt H.r.,.r 1: Honor 2: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3: Vice 
Pr-sident Tri Alpha 4 : Christian Workers Coun- 
cil 4. 3: Future Teachers 3 ; Young Life 4. 3 : 
Ctess Officer 1 : Mwsketeer Staff 4. 3 : Rainbow 
4: Junior Chorus 3: Y-Teens 2. 1: Tubman 
Times 1 : Student Council 1 : Girls Basketball 3. 2 : 
Intramural Sports 1 : Girls Volleyball Team _ 




MARGARET CLAIRE YARBROUGH 
"I have a heart with room for every : 
Treble Clef Club 4. 3. 2: Vice President 4: Rich- 
mond Choraliers 4 : Secretary 4 : Christian Work- 
ers Council 4. 3. 2 : Tubman Choral Club 1 : Tub- 
man Times 1 : Musketeer Staff 4. 3 : Young Life 
4. 3 : Tri Alpha 4 : Y-Teens 2. 1 ; Volleyball Team 
3. 

LEAR YEE 

"Earnestness, zeal and intelligence." 



BILLIE ROSE YOTJNG 

Cleverness and originality/* 
Library Club: Hattiesburg. Miss. 

PATRICIA MOXTIXG YOUNG 
"Elegant as simplicity: warm as ec-~ 
Future Hotnemakers 3 ; Christian Workers Council 



YYOXXE YOUXG 
"Deeds, not words." 

ZOXA (Dotty) Z1RFLUH 

"A heart with room for many friends." 
Highest Honor 2. I : High Honor 4. 3 : Tri Alpha 
4 : Young Life 4 : Rainbow Girls 4. 3, 2. 1 : Worthy 
Adviser 3 : Christian Workers Council 4 : Rich- 
mond Choraliers 4 : Rainbow Staff 4. 



A. R, £ Juniors 



CLASS OFFICERS 

President Frank Fortune 

Vice President Leonard Chavis 

Secretary-Treasurer Elaine Hogan 




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Doyle Abernathy 
Marian Adkins 
Virginia Allen 
Ann Anderson 
Judy Ayers 
Suzie Baggott 
Edna Beasley 
Rennie Beasley 



Sylvia Beckum 
John Beddingtield 
Billy Belding 
Ronald Bell 
Betty Bell 
Ronald Bell 
Larry Bennett 
Harold Benson 



Evelyn Berger 
Mary Frances Black 
Charles Blanchard 
Carolyn Bostick 
Barbara Bowling 
Otis Bowman 
Kenneth Boyette 
Marian Branch 



Carolyn Brandon 
Betty Bregan 
Nancy Bridges 
Angela Brown 
Jeanette Brown 
Bayliss Burdison 
Marjorie Burgamy 
Gail Burnette 



Barbara Burns 
Faye Burton 
Douglas Busbia 
Billy Calamas 
Ira Cartee 

Martha Ann Cauthen 
Laura Chambley 
Leonard Chavis 



A, #. C. Juniors 




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Judy Christian 
Joan Clark 
Mary Jo Clark 
Barbara Clarke 
Cecil Cliett 
Eugene Cliett 
Shirley Clifford 
Leopold Cohen 



Pat Collins 
Peggy Cook 
Martha Crim 
Walter Culbreth 
Connie Currie 
Nelson Danish 
George Edenfield 
Betty Ellis 



Joe Felton 
Janace Fender 
Nancy Ford 
Frank Fortune 
Jan Foster 
Leonard Friedman 
Barbara Geddings 
Betty Gilbert 



Henri Ann Giradot 
Jimmy Glaze 
Edna Mae Godwin 
Wyoline Gones 
Carey Gordon 
Gerald Green 
Johnnie Green 
Nancy Greene 



Danny Hagler 
Jackie Halford 
Cecelia Hall 
Giles Hall 
Norma Hall 
Gordon Hamilton 
Barbara Hammett 
Joan Hancock 



Bill Harden 
Ann Hardin 
Peggy Harris 
Tommy Harris 
Betty Harter 
Barbara Hayes 
Eleanor Hemstreet 
Jimmie Mae Heng 



Roy Hensley 
Paula Hickson 
Carole Hipps 
Bev Hite 
Mary Hobbs 
Elaine Hogan 
Luan Holland 
Paula Hyams 






A, R. C, Juniors 



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Bobby Inglett 
Marvin Jenkins 
Carey Johnson 
Ann Jones 
Joann Joyner 
Jean Justice 
Cree Kilpatrick 
Virginia Kluttz 



Agnes Kuhlke 
Carietta Lambeth 
Nora Ann Langford 
Gail Leverett 
Terry Levy 
Carole Little 
Dennis Lytle 
Karen Macuch 



Irma Ruth Mahlstedt 
Kathy Major 
Suzanne Mann 
Nancie Marsh 
Barbara Martin 
Jimmy Masters 
Dorothy Matthews 
Joan May 



Barbara Mays 
Donna McCord 
Douglas McCoy 
Leon McGowan 
Melba McNeal 
Shirley Merritt 
Virgil Merritt 
Fran Merry- 



Virginia Middleton 
Annette Miles 
Jimmy Mixon 
Betty Monk 
Bobby Moody 
Eugene Moore 
Paye Moore 
Harriet Moore 



Benny Mullins 
Shirley Mutimer 
Wally Myers 
Ralph Newman 
Brailsford Nixon 
Sharon Osheroff 
Doris O'Tyson 
William Owens 



Camilla Paschal 
Murray Pennington 
Bobbie Lee Powell 
Charles Preetorius 
Jeanette Raborn 
Geraldine Ramsey 
Charlotte Raum 
Pat Reagan 



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A, R. C, Juniors 




Ann Reid 
Ben Ricketson 
Geraldine Rinker 
Billie Sanders 
Mary Ann Sawyer 
Jane Saxon 
Ben Schweining 
Elsie Schweining 



John Seigler 
Barbara Simpson 
Jean Sims 
June Sizemore 
Anne Skinner 
Michael Skinner 
Elizabeth Smith 
Judy Smith 



Mary Frances Smythe 
Barbara Snellgrove 
Elizabeth South 
Martha Stafford 
Freida Strauss 
Bobby Tanner 
Barbara Thompson 
Miriam I'sry 



Brad Vote 
Dixie Voyles 
Mattie Wallace 
Robert Ware 
Geraldine Watkins 
Barbara Watts 
Celeste Weathers 
Hinton Wells 



Barbara Ann Wheeler 
Carolyn White 
Peggy White 
Tommy White 
Mary Widener 
Martha Ann Wiggins 
Virginia Wilcox 
Elsie Wilkinson 



Danny Williams 
Jackie Williams 
Sylvia Williams 
Clark Willingham 
Alvis Willis 
Jane Woodward 
Joanne Wren 
Ann Yonce 



A. R. C. Sophomores 






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LOIS FROLKIS 
Treasurer 

Not pictured: 

Sherry McDonald. President 

Patricia Toole, Vice-President 




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Left to Right: John Beddingfield, Eddie Broome. Jeanette Cadle. Elizabeth Dawson. 

Lavelle Fogle, Lois Frolkis. 




Left to Right: George Hensley. Fred Marschalk. Douglas Pollock. Philip Rudisill. Eddie 

Sills, Bobby Ware. 



Reserve Officers Training Corps 




COLOR GUARD 
Leslie Odom Frank Whi:^ '.-- ..-> :.-. 



Military Personnel 



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M/Sgt. W. G. Murphy, Jr. 




JAMES A. CALDWELL 
Major, Armor 

PMS&T, University of Wisconsin 1940- 
Ph.B. Decorations and Service: Bronze 
Star, Purple Heart and Cluster, Presi- 
dential Citation and Cluster, Southwest 
Pacific Theater with Arrowhead and Four 
Scat's, Combat Infant it Badge, Philippine 
Liberation Medal with Two Stars. Oc- 
cupational Duty with United States 
Forces in Austria. 




M/Sgt. H. X. Johnson 




M Sgt. B. E. Carrow SFC John F. Dooley Mr. William McGee 




BATTALION STAFF 
Merry, Harrison. Allen, Halcame, Cavadel, Woo 



Battalion Staff 




LT. COL. K. H. MERRY 
Battalion Commander 




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Maj. J. R. Allen 
Battalion Executive 



Capt. D. L. Harrison 
Adjutant 



Capt. G. Cavadel 
Battalion S-l 



Maj. D. L. Halcame 
Battalion S-2, S-3 



Maj. W. M. Woo 
Battalion S-4 




Miss Katherine Bailey 
Honorary Cadet Colonel 



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Headquarters Company 




Capt. N. D. Baird 
Commanding Officer 



Miss Soleta Morris 
Sponsor 



Lt. R. V. Harris 
Executive 



to 



Eugene Moore 
First Sgt. 




FIRST PLATOON 




Roy Alewine 
Plat. Leader 



Miss Nan Williams 
Sponsor 



SECOND PLATOON 




V. D. Blackwell 
Plat. Leader 



Miss Eleanor Roy 
Sponsor 



THIRD PLATOON 







G. B. Simkins Miss Fran Merry 

Plat. Leader Sponsor 



A Company 




Capt. P. Sizeraore 
Commanding Officer 



Miss Ann Alston 
Sponsor 



Lt. X. Griffin 
Executive 



Not Pictured: 
Sgt. G. Griffin 



FIRST PLATOON 




Roy Swancy 
Plat. Leader 



Miss Adelaide Pund 
Sponsor 



SECOND PLATOON 




J. D. Anderson Miss Nancy Jo Almon 
Plat. Leader Sponsor 



THIRD PLATOON 




Donald Neal 
Plat. Leader 



A': >s Ann Lowrey 
Sponsor 




8 Company 




Capt. G. W. Swancy 
Commanding Officer 



Miss Helen Daniels 
Sponsor 



Lt. M. Plunkett 
Executive 



C. M. Stelling 
First Sgt. 




FIRST PLATOON 




James Holden Miss Barbara Tillery 
Plat. Leader Sponsor 



SECOND PLATOON 




John Brinson Miss JoAnn Burbidge 
Plat. Leader Sponsor 



THIRD PLATOON 




H. A. Risteen 
Plat. Leader 



Miss Miriam Usry 
Sponsor 



C Company 




Capt. J. Bailey Miss Celeste Weathers 

Commanding Officer Sponsor 



Lt. W. F. Law 
Executive 



Sgt. B. Hite 
First Sgt. 



FIRST PLATOON* 




Ronald Wright Miss Margie Matthews 
Plat. Leader Sponsor 



SECOND PLATOON 




Dell O'Roark ss Annette Wood 

Plat. Leader Sponsor 



THIRD PLATOON 




Wade Rountree Miss Patty Strong 
Plat. Leader Sponsor 







R. 0. T. C. Bund 




Not Pictured: 
Sgt. J. Finley 



Commanding Officer Sponsor 

L. Friedman Miss Temma Zipper 



Executive 
T. Crawford 




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Mr. Louis Friedman 
Band Leader 



ROTC BAND PERSONNEL 

Trombones: Claude Johnson, Fred Marschalk, Glenn Howard, Edward Broome. 

Baritones: Leonard Friedman. Tommy Crawford. 

Saxophones: Loren Hatfield, Eddie Sills. Robert Touart. 

French Horns: Ira Cartee, Douglass Pollak. 

Bass Clarinets: Cornelius Harmon, Charles Younger. 

Clarinets: Allen Mobley. Norris Blair, Donald McNiell, Allen Hagin. Bobby Winches- 
ter, David Jones, John Finley. 

Cornets: Bobby Bush, Billy Norris. Mac Rudisill, Brad Vote, Sammie Smith, Charles 
Blanchard, Bobby Ware, Ray Minis. 

Percussion: Andy Mulcay, Bill Potter, Chad Ross. Billy Von Kamp, Edwin Rhymer. 




Brad Vote Bobby Bush Billy Norris 



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Sabre Club 




Capt. D. L. Harrison 
President 



Capt. X. D. Baird 
Vice President 



Lt. Col. K. H. Merry 
Secretary 



Maj. J. R. Allen 
Treasurer 



Lt. W. F. Law- 
Chaplain 



Xot Pictured: 

Maj. J. A. Caldwell 

Advisor 







First row: Left to right. Harrison. Baird. Merry. Allen. Law. Plunkett. 

Second row: Left to right. Alewine. Griffin. Cavadel. Woo. W. Swancy. Bailey. 

Third row: Left to right. Harris, H olden. Wright. Simkins. Risteen. R. Swancy. 

Fourth row: Left to right. Roundtree. Blackwell, Sizemore. Brinson. Halcame. 
O'Roark. Anderson. 



Xot pictured: D. Xeal. T. Crawford. 



Rifle Team 




SFC JOHN P. DOOLEY 
Instructor and Coach 




First row: Left to right, David Halcame, Milton Plunkett. William Harden. Robert 
Williamson, Frank Godbee, George Schramm. 

Second row: Left to right, Douglas Busbia. Eugene Moore. James Bell. Lombard 
Fortson. Howard Joe, George Bowen. 

Not pictured: Tommy Crawford. 



Prize drill Awards 



Bland Scruggs Memorial Sabre — Cadet 
Captain Donald B. Hite. 

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Sabre 
—Cadet Sgt. Nolan D. Baird. 

The American Legion Sabre — Cadet 
Captain Donald B. Hite. 

General Leonard Wood Medal — Cadet 
Sgt. Allen D. Roe. 

The Cohen Medal— Cadet Lt. Col. Sam 
Fleming. 

The Levy Medal- 
Outstanding Member of the Band — 
Cadet Ralph Shea. 




Neatest Cadet — Cadet Robert Buckley. 

Bowen Brothers Honorary Rifle Award 
— Cadet Captain William S. Prather. 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Company- 
Company "B". commanded by Cadet 
Captain Donald B. Hite. 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Platoon— First 
Platoon. Company "D" commanded 
by Cadet Lieutenant Prentiss Pea- 
body. 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Squad— 2nd 
Squad. 1st Platoon. Company "D". 
commanded by Cadet Sergeant Ben 
R. Fulcher. 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Cadet— Cadet 
Robert A. Rowe of Company "A". 



The Sheridan Sabre 



The Sheridan Sabre, 1953 




CADET LT. COL. SAM FLEMING 



The Richard B. Sheridan Memorial Sabre is an award 
made annually by the Reserve Officers Association to the 
Cadet Officer of the ROTC unit who is judged to be the 
best soldier. The sabre is awarded in memory of Richard 
Brinsley Sheridan, honor graduate of the Academy, who 
lost his life in the football uniform of West Point. 

In order for a cadet to win this award, he must be an 
outstanding officer, a capable and versatile student, a pro- 
ficient athlete and a leader in class activities. 

The Sheridan Sabre has come to be the most coveted 
award that any Academy student can receive and without 
exception these students have been first and foremost gen- 
tlemen possessing excellent characters. 



Athletics 




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Jackson 



Miller 




McKettrick 
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Goodwin 



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Varsity Football 





Fortune 




Sheppard 



Swancy 






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1954 
FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 

o/ng school n/iei 

SEPT 3 fliKcN HIGH HOME 

SEPT H 6LYNN ACADEMY HOME 

SEPT 24 GORDON MILITARY HOME 

OCT 1 Q4ffUN5TON 

OCT 8 COMMERCIAL 

OCT 15 BENEDICTINE 

CCT 22 ATHENS HI6H 

OCT 23 OPEN 

NOV 5 SAVANNAH 

NOV 22 6. MA 

NOV 25 CPTH3UC HIGH 










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First row: Left to right. Bobby Sheppard. Conrad Goodwin, Joe Yerty, John Brin- 
son, Joe Cooler, Roy Harris, Paul Cockrel, Gene Griffin, Lewis Flint. Bill Kuhlke. 

Second row: Left to right. Bulldog Stephenson, Gerald Hixon. Gene Glisson, Hinton 
Wells, Charles Everett, Curly Stephens, Jimmy Cook, Harold Mock, Bev Hite, 
Art Patchin, Kenneth English. 

Third row: Left to right. Brantly Kugler. Donald Thornhill. Chuck Tallman, George 
Hensley, Al Davies, Sim Fulcher, Willard James, Ford Miller, Roy Swancy, 
Cree Kilpatrick. Mac Stelling, Leighton Bourn. 

Fourth row: Left to right, Nat Dye. Frank Fortune, Alton Jackson. Larry Bailey. 
Lenard Chavis, Thomas Ford, Lano Anderson, Billy McKettrick, Eddie Phillips. 



COACHES 




FLOWERS 



MILLIGAX 



INMAN 



Varsity 




GLYNN ACADEMY— 18; A. R. C— C 

The Musketeers of Richmond Academy invaded 
Brunswick for its regional clash with the Red Ter- 
rors of Glynn Academy. 

In the second period a Red Terror guard blocked 
one of Fulcher's punts, picked up the elusive pigskin 
and crossed the goal for six points. The kick from 
placement was wide. 

In the third quarter, Richmond's center. Bulldog 
Stephenson, snapped the ball over Fulcher's head, 
which was recovered by Glynn for six points. The 
point after was again wide. 

In the final period, a fumble in the Richmond back- 
field led to another score for Glynn. 

A. R. C— 12; CHARLESTON— 6 
The Cadets won their first gams of the year at 
A. R. C. Stadium defeating Charleston High Bantams 
twelve to six in weather more fit for ducks than play- 
ing foctball. 

In the fourth quarter with the score deadlocked 
six to six Bonnie Ford gathered in a punt and scam- 
pered down the sidelines before he was brought to 
earth on the Charleston ten-yard line. Lano Ander- 
son played through for six points and the ball game. 

A. R. C— 14; DARLINGTON— 13 
In one of the most exciting games of the year at 
A. R. C. Stadium, the Cadets won a close one from 
the Rome, Ga.. prep school. 

The scoreboard showing the score tied at thirteen 
to nothing, the purple-clad cadets came from behind 
in the fading minutes of the game to win. Gene 
Griffin and Lano Anderson scored on passes from 
Co-Captain Sim Fulcher. 

A. R. C— 12; COMMERCIAL— 6 
The Cobras led by tailback Everett Todd came to 
town with visions of victory in their heads, but the 
Cadets pulled another one of their story-book second 
half finishes and went on to victory. 

The Cobras led first, on some fine running by Todd 
and Evans (Commercial halfback) but the A. R. C. 
eleven played then on even terms to halftime. 

The Musketeers came back on the field after half- 
time and scored two fast touchdowns, the first com- 
ing on an aerial from Sim Fulcher to halfback Bonnie 
Ford. These passes covered some forty yards. Gene 
Griffin scored from three yards out for the victory. 

BENEDICTINE— 13; A. R. C— 12 

The Musketeers invaded the port city for the clash 
with the Irish of Benedictine Military School. 

Bonnie Ford gathered in a pass from quarterback 
Sim Fulcher on the first play from scrimmage and 
scampered into the end zone for the score. For- 
tune's kick from placement was wide and the score 
was six to nothing. Benedictine later scored on 
three plays from scrimmage to sew the game up. 

LANIER— 20: A. R. C.— 6 
The powerful Poets of Lanier High School, of Ma- 
con led by the running of all-state candidate, Billy 



English 



Mock 




Thornhill 



Alexander 



* Football 






Kitchens, came to town with a winning streak of 
eight games in the book. 

Early in the second period, a pass from quarter- 
back Sim Fulcher found Gene Griffin in the clear 
for the Cadet's only score. 

Dye, Odom, Swancy, and James led the defensive 
attack for A. R. C. 

McCALLIE— 6; A. R. C— 

The Purple-Clad Cadets from Richmond Academy 
took the field against the much bigger boys from 
McCallie Military Academy from Chattanooga. 

McCallie finally broke into the scoring column in 
the third period when they recovered a fumble on 
the A. R. C. twenty-one yard line. After six line 
thrusts, McCallie scored. 

Mac Stelling played a stellar game at sideback. 
Curly Stephens and Bev. Hite were outstanding in 
the line. 

A. R. C— 13; SAVANNAH— 

The Cadets got a quick jump on the Blue Jackets 
and scored in four plays on plunges by fullback Hin- 
ton Wells and Gene Griffin. 

The outstanding play of the game occurred when 
Leighton Bourn grabbed a Blue Jacket pass and on 
a beautiful run, raced 40 yards for the score. 

Outstanding A. R. C. linesmen were Odom, Dye, 
Swancy, and Stephenson. 

In the backfleld, Wells, Griffin, Sheppard, and An- 
derson. 

RICHMOND— 13; G. M. A.— 7 

In a fine game played at A. R. C. Stadium, the 
Richmond eleven won a close one from G. M. A. Prep 
School. 

In the first period, Jimmy Cook, G. M. A.'s fine half- 
back, caught a pass and ran through the entire Rich- 
mond defense to make the score 6 to 0. Cook then 
promptly drilled one through the uprights, and the 
score read 7 to 0. 

Richmond's swivel-hipped halfback, Gene Griffin, 
was not to be outdone, on some fine ball carrying; 
the elusive speedster scored both of Richmond's 
touchdowns 

The entire squad played fine ball the whole game. 

A. R. C— 13; CATHOLIC— 7 

In an exciting game played in A. R. C. Stadium on 
turkey day, the Musketeers of Richmond Academy 
took the Irish in a 2AA contest. 

In the first period, deep in Catholic territory, 
Dukes, attempting to run on the fourth down, was 
brought to the ground after gaining five yards. 

Then Richmond took over and on a series of run- 
ning plays Gene Griffin carried the mail into the end 
zone. 

This ended the scoring until the fourth quarter, 
when Bob Cleveland on an end around, fumbled the 
ball, which was picked up by Sim Fulcher who 
crossed the double stripe for six points to end the 
scoring. 

Henry Dukes won the trophy for the game's out- 
standing player. 

By Bobby Sheppard. 







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Cooler 



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"** Varsity Football 





LANGSTON BOLTON 
Coach 




First row: Left to right. Joe Martin. North Goodwin. Wallace Moody. Don Grantham. 
Louis Flint. Herbert Greene. A. J. Furst. Don .McNeill. Jimmy Walker. Fred 
Sims. Larry Lawless. 

Second row: Left to right. Coach Bolton. Joe Thomas. Richard Krause. Art Patchin. 
Lombard Fortson. Ronny Inglett, Bob Howard. Philip Goolsby. Billy Damico. 
Jimmy Bargeron, Jimmy Clark. 

Third row: L. M. English. Alvin Jackson. Milton Burroughs. Ed Wheeler. Jimmy 
Kinsey, Len Chavis, Buddy Beddingfield. Louis Lansman. Gary Melton. Benny 
Mullins. Jimmy Cook, Richard Still. 

Not pictured: Tom Chandler. Charles Brigham. Charles Gales. Larry Hildreth. 




Varsity Basketball 





FRANK E. INMAN 
Coach 




Left to right: Roy Swancy, manager; Norman Griffin, Roy Alewine, Grover Brown, 
Gary Melton, Larry Bennett, Frank Whitely, Kenneth Merry, Ray Allen, Bonny 
Ford, Wimpy Odom, Bill Kuhlke. 



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Baseball 




STATE "AA" PLAY-OFF 

Lanier, Macon 13-2 

Lanier. Macon 12-3 

Russell. Atlanta 6-2 

Russell, Atlanta 9-4 

Won 4; Lost 

GA. STATE "ALL-CLASS" 
PLAY-OFF 

Pepperell, Rome 3-2 

Pepperell, Rome 3-2 

Won 2; Lost 

SOUTHEASTERN PLAY-OFF 

Newton, Miss 3-0 

Lanier, Ala 13-5 

Key West, Fla 12-2 

Won 3; Lost 

SEASON'S RECORD 
25 Wins; 2 Losses 

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Region Champs 8 2 

State "AA" Champs 4 

Ga. State "All Class" 

Champs 2 

Southeastern Champs 3 

1954 REGIONAL 2AA 
CHAMPIONSHIP 




A. L. WILLIAMS 
Coach 




First row: Left to right, Roy Alewine, Dickie Grice, Wimpy Odom, Danny Williams, 

Billy Miles. Grover Brown. Manley Gilmer, Owen Crickenberger, Swain McEl- 

murray. 
Second row: Left to right, Edward McCaslin, Al Davies, Nat Dye, Jimmy Jordan. 

Bill Cannady. Nathan Moog, Jerry Paulus, Charles King, Roy Swancy, Bobby 

Teasley. 
Third row: Left to right, Ed Kitchens. Robert Michels, Thurmond Queen, Ray 

Allen, Edgar Pounds, R. E. Gladin, Bonny Ford, Preston Sizemore, Coach A. L. 

Williams, Richard Faglier. 



"Southeastern Champs" 




First row: Left to right, Billy Miles, Skeeter Griffin, Bozo Pounds, Ray Allen, Thur- 
mond Queen. 

Second row: Left to right. Preston Sizemore, Roy Alewine, R. E. Gladdin. Wimpy 
Odom. 

Third row: Left to right. Danny Williams, Grover Brown. Bonnie Ford. Dickie Grice. 





Tennis 



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M. J. "BUCK" FLOWERS 
Coach 



1954 2AA Tennis Champions 
1954 2AA Golf Champions 



First row: Left to right, David Milligan, Dudley Baird, Earl Gregory. 
Second row: Left to right, Bobby White, Billy Law, Lamar Fleming. 



Golf 




First row: Left to right. Lee Parks, Sam Mays, Bobby Moser, Raworth Williamson, 
Clark Willingham. Ben Barnes. 

Second row: Left to right. Johnny Murray. Hilton Cannady. Finley Merry, Joe 
Steinberg, Mike Thompson, Chad Ross, Bobby Moody, Emory Williamson. 



Ms' dasketbdi 




Seated: Left, to right, Catherine Folk, Margie Elser, Jo Ann Sizemore, Wyoline 

Gones, Betty Cook. 
Kneeling: Left to right, Kathy Major, Mary Clark, Patricia Swain, B. J. Arnold, 

Virginia Middleton. 
Standing: Left to right, Nan Williams, Camilla Paschal, Coach Rawson, Barbara 

Mulh^rin, Jean Sizemore. 



SCORES 



Richmond.. 54 

Richmond 43 

Richmond 45 

Richmond 64 

Richmond 70 

Richmond 50 

Richmond 41 

Richmond 37 

Richmond 46 

Richmond 60 



Thomson 39 

Thomson 27 

North Augusta 22 

Hephzibah 17 

Hephzibah 12 

Savannah 43 

Commercial 40 

St. Vincent 22 

L. B. C: 20 

Savannah 44 



Richmond 52 

Richmond 50 

Richmond 63 

Richmond 49 

Richmond 45 

Richmond 50 

Richmond 37 

Richmond 50 

Richmond 51 



Commercial 28 

Waynesboro 24 

Washington 28 

Washington 31 

L. B. C 12 

North Augusta 34 

L. B. C 12 

Ridge Spring 31 

Crawfordville 41 



STATE TOURNAMENT 



Richmond 64 

Richmond 45 

Richmond 53 



Cedartown 53 

R. B. Lee 58 

Southwest 62 




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Class Prophecy 

Junior College of Augusta 



"Forty-second floor, please, Sidney. Since you first 
started ten years ago here in the Southern Finance 
Building as a bookkeeper and elevator operator, Au- 
gusta sure has grown. Is Dr. Eubanks in? You re- 
member Warren Eubanks who went to school with us 
at J. C. A.? This is the big day! Ann Reeves — you 
remember, Ann Smith — and I are leaving today for 
St. Louis. We are going to watch the big game be- 
tween the Cards and the Giants." We talked for the 
rest of the 42 floors and I got off. 

No sooner had I tightened my nerves in the den- 
tist's chair than Ann came running in. "Lorita, are 
they gone ? How are you, Dr. Eubanks?" 

"Just be patient — it won't take a minute to get 
these braces off — open wide." 

"Zzzoomm!" "I've got a hard day ahead of me. 
That noise you just heard was George Rollins in his 
'Jet Cub'. He's flying his twelve children in for a 
checkup." 

"Warren, have you heard that Bill Reese is going 
to be in Augusta tonight at the auditorium? He's on 
an evangelistic tour through the States. Did you 
know that he plays the harmonica, piano and organ 
at the same time? That was his ambition back at 
J. C. A. — remember? Bye Now." 

It was good to talk about what old friends were 
doing. The weather was nearly perfect — just one 
lonely cloud in the sky. It reminded me of the beau- 
tiful spring days at J. C. A. I was about to say it 
was when Ann said so herself. 

"Isn't the weather beautiful, Lorita? It takes me 
back to the 'good oV days' at J. C. A. By the way, I 
met Mrs. Lamb on my way up to meet you and she 
told me she is now a religious education worker and 
is helping her husband, the new bishop. She said 
that Collie Glover, the Methodist minister from South 
Carolina is going up to Chicago with Frances Buck- 
ley, now famous lawyer from New York, to defend 
Bruce Jordan. Did you know that he reorganized 
the Al Capone gang! He was shipping hot air 
bologna to Mr. Lambert. He's the bologna buyer for 
Antoine's in Paris now. And Jeanette Roy and Eve 
Smalley are the income tax experts for Gordon 
Huff's restaurant." 

"Sidney Trimmier was full of news about our old 
friends, Ann. He said June Crawford's career as an 



airline hostess was interrupted when her plane 
crashed in Africa. She married the messenger boy in 
a nearby village and is helping him with his work by 
teaching the natives a new rhythm on the drums. You 
remember Gaye King. She's married now and has 
two children. She's working as an X-ray technician 
at the new hospital. Did you know that while she 
was at J. C. A. she pulled fifty cents out of the mud 
in front of her house with her trusty tractor?" 

"Yeah, Lorita, we talked about that in bookkeep- 
ing class one day. I think she finally sold her tractor 
to Bostick Chavous. He's raising children on his farm 
in McBean." 

Warren said Jo Tyson's husband has a dentist's 
office right next to his. She's a grammar school 
teacher now. I saw her in Victor Williams' super 
market and she told me that Janet Smith and Sarah 
Flemister are president and co-president of the Pill 
Mill Corporation." 

"Oh, yes, I saw them on TV last night. They're 
doing their own commercial since the company lost 
five million last year. The main feature of the pro- 
gram was Carolyn Leary and her 'classic jazz'." 

"Have you seen the billboard on Central Avenue? 
It's a picture of Margaret Fair at Y-Ki-Ki. She's 
teaching the tourists the art of surf-board riding." 

We walked along thinking about old times when 
a newsboy passed us. "Did you hear what that news- 
paper boy yelled! Lend me fifty cents!' Let's buy a 
paper. Yes here it is — Frances Hett's picture on the 
front page. She's invented the "Home Maker", a 
robot that chases men for spinster girls. And look! 
It says right here that 51% of the stock of the GE 
Company is now owned by the multi-millionaire, 
Robert McDaniel with Linda Woo as head book- 
keeper and Bill Eason as top electrician." 

We hurried on to catch the bus to take us to the 
airport. As we boarded the plane, the friendly pilot 
greeted us. It was Mr. Smalley! He said he loafed 
most of the time and just worked when he wanted to. 
What a life ! 

"I sure am glad we won the prize money in that 
liar's contest. If we hadn't we couldn't have made 
this trip," Ann said as we took our seats. 

LORITA SWEAT 
ANN SMITH 



Class Prophecy 

Academy of Richmond County 



Hello! Mr. and Mrs. Universe, and all the ships in 
space! This is your announcer, Dan Moyer, bring- 
ing- you 1974 Passes-in-Review. This program is 
brought to you by The Brinson Tobacco Company, 
makers of that GOOD AND SWEET snuff for those 
who love to sneeze. 

January: Sherrill Kelly, renowned artist, and 
his secretary, Joyce Caldwell, returned from outer 
space, bringing the first authentic portrait of the 
man in the Moon. The space ship's captain and co- 
captain, Roy Harris and Jimmy Holden, reported 
that after re-entering the sound barrier, the first 
sound heard was that of Andrew Inman, Chappie 
Jones, and Ronald Wright, introducing "The Grand 
Ole Opry" to Mars, Of course, the highlight of the 
month was the Inauguration Ball, in honor of the 
newly elected president, Kenneth Merry. This event 
was ably planned by Del O'Roark and Swain McEl- 
murray, authors of the new best-seller, Parties with a 
Purpose. 

February: Washington Society Leader, the for- 
mer Miss Patricia Strong, was hostess at a Valentine 
Masquerade given at the Jennings-Faglier Hotel. 
The costume prize was awarded to Margot Teague 
for her impersonation of Miss Braddy. Entertain- 
ment featured FiFi Burbidge and her world famous 
troupe of Bubble Dancers including: Dotty Zurfluh, 
Carolan Salley, Sarah Dawson, Marianna Heath, 
Nancy Blackstone, and Shirley Leverette. During the 
program, Gene Gibson, the bouncer, had great dif- 
ficulty in restraining Joe Dukes from demonstrating 
the African dart guns, souvenirs of his missionary 
tour in Africa. 

March: "In the spring a young man's fancy . . ." 
Arabian chieftains Bobby ("Lover") White, and Lee 
("the Shiek") Ballard added to their harem Caroline 
Browne, Sarah Pritchard, Grace Creech, Beth Free- 



man, and Donna Rice. Announcement of the Earth's 
contestants for the Miss Universe Contest was made 
by Judges David Halcame and Billy Henderson. 
These were: Adelaide Pund, Jane Marschalk, Mari- 
lyn Evans, and Marian Cook. 

April: The Premier of A Pushcart Named Perspire 

was held at Rountree's Theater off Gwinnett Street, 
co-starring Martee Harden and Wayne Farmer. The 
production was a Swancy & Swancy Production. The 
doorman, Joe Christian, flung open the doors to ad- 
mit the crowd. First to enter were Barbara Benoit, 
her husband, (a world famous general on duty in the 
Far East). Their six children, with William Woo, 
their interpreter, who doubles as a babysitter; John 
Bailey, commander of defenses in Europe, and Ford 
Miller, best-known sergeant in The Marine Corps. 
Also attending were a group of Hollywood stars, 
called The Crew, who are making Hit recordings 
with French titles. They are, of course, Liz Leh- 
mann, Carolyn Griffis, Margie Matthews, Caro Mc- 
Donald, and Kay Weeks. 

May: Jeannie Niehuss, Nan Williams, and Joyce 
Hodges succeeded in chartering Alpha-Theta-Tri as 
a National High School Sorority. Lanny Harrison 
eminent neuro-surgeon, discovered the section of the 
brain which makes teachers cranky. Miss Katherine 
Bailey was named Honorary Cadet Colonel of the 
Battalions on Venus. Barbara Tillery and Hilary 
Corlett completed the illustrations for Rosalyn 
Ghitter's new Children's story, Goldilocks and the 
Three Cadets. Also in the Art field, Hardy Risteen 
published a new calendar, which is said will be more 
popular than the Monroe calendar of the 50's. 

June: After 20 years, Courtney Bailie passed Eng- 
lish 42 ! During this time he wrote character sketches 
of well-known educators which caused a Congres- 
sional Investigation by Senator Breck Brigham. Caro- 



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Class Prophecy 

Academv of Richmond County 



(Continued from preceding page) 



lyn Magruder and Bea Dodd. the Coal Dust Twins, 
invented a formula for passing Chemistry. Harriet 
Epps began the 3 months job of renovating A. R. C. 
for the fall term. She planned to install the new 
Feelavision Sets in each lounge. These were invented 
by Charles Bell. Pat Bodine. Metropolitan Opera 
Star, was released from the hospital this month. She 
accidentally swallowed her tongue while trying to 
hit High C. 

July: In a heat wave at the latter part of the 
month. Norman Antopolsky attempted to make arti- 
ficial rain, with dry ice. However, he forgot to use 
the right cloud, and falling chunks of ice did great 
damage to Barbara Cook and Nancy Almon's Ham- 
burger (with slaw) Haven. Margie Elser applied for 
a permit to operate a program for the training of 
Helicopter drivers at Richmond Academy. The school 
announced that they would use the roof as a landing 
field to prevent further congestion in the parking 
lot. Jenny Wylie, foremost comedienne on Broad- 
way, made her first appearance after an attack of 
acute indigestion from eating the pie that Helen My- 
rick threw at her from the Peanut Gallery. 

August: Bill Brunkhurst was awarded the Hal- 
bert Award for his Master Composition. Tidal Wave. 
Ann Satcher was released from San Quentin after 20 
years. She mixed up a formula which removed Mr. 
Lambert's hair. The Universe Series, (replacing the 
World Series of the 50's) was played in Rebel Stadi- 
um in Augusta, Georgia. Those receiving special 
mention were : Dickie Grice and Skeeter Griffin. 

September: Billy Law and Dudley Baird defeated 
the tennis champs from Saturn to cop the most cov- 
eted of all awards: The Universal Doubles Trophy. 
It is quite a feather in their cap, since the natives of 
Saturn use a tennis racket in each of their thirteen 
arms. Margaret Yarbrough became the head of the 
French Department at Richmond Academy. It seems 



that the students there now ha\e an Accent Extrode- 
naire. 

October: General Bryan Simkins. head of the War 
Department on Earth, is investigating Soleta Morris' 
new method of camouflage. Soleta has discovered 
that if you close your eyes no one can see you. Roy 
Alewine and Grover Brown have introduced basket- 
ball to the moon. Mary Anne Oakley succeeded Fred 
Astaire. specializing in teaching lanky boys. 

November: Chad Ross, famous trap drummer, 
published his finest composition. Song cf the African 
Giraffe. It was a real Thanksgiving for the former 
Eleanor Kilpatrick. While she and her husband were 
digging their car out of the A. R. C. parking lot after 
the Thanksgiving Game, they struck gold. 

December: The largest Christmas Party was given 
by Anne Grantham for former Richmond Teachers. 
For the entertainment. Charles Killingsworth and 
Billy West read all the articles which Miss Marshall, 
and Mr. Scott would never allow printed in a school 
publication. 

Well, I guess that's about it. folks. It's now nearly 
midnight — A Very Happy New Year to all of you — 
and remember — Look Ahead. There's always To- 
morrow, a lot of 'em ! For, due to very careful atten- 
tion to Mr. Tally's lectures. Ray Allen discovered a 
calendar which has 730 days, with a morning that 
is long enough to let us get over the night before '. 



MARTEE HARDEN 
CAROLYN MAGRUDER 
BEA DODD 
HARRIET EPPS 
JO ANN BURBIDGE 
BARBARA BENOIT 



Clubs 



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Rainbow 



Frances Hett Eleanor Hemstreet 

Co-Editors: 





Miss Jaquelin Marshall Agnes Kuhlke Dorothy Barker Lanny Harrison 
Faculty Adviser Feature Editor Sports Editor Military Editor 



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Sherrill Kelly Margot Teague Patricia Bodine Xancie Marsh 
Art Editor Literary Editor Picture Editor Faculty Editor 



LITERARY STAFF 




First row: Nancy Greene, Lanny Harrison. Xancie Marsh, Sherrill Kelly. Han Moyer. 
Swain McElnmrray, Eleanor Hemstreet, Agnes Kuhlke, Dorothy Barker, Mary Clark, 
Hilary Corlett, Carole Tessier. 

Second row: Virginia Kluttz, Carolan Salley, Nan Williams. Lorita Sweat. Betty Ellis. 
Mary Hobbs, Becky Wilbanks. Marian Adkins. Barbara Hayes, Christine Hundley. 
Marjorie Burgamy, Martha Harden, Joyce Hodges, Margie Elser, Barbara Benoit, Mary- 
Ann Oakley, Shirley Clifford, Dotty Zurfluh, Gail Burnette, Martha Wiggins. 
Third row: Geraldine Rinker. Jo Ann Sizemore. Carol McElhenny, Margot Teague, Bea 
Dodd, Caro McDonald. Carolyn Bostick. Barbara Thompson. Ann Yonce. Brailsford 
Nixon, Barbara Cook, Carolyn Magruder, Betty Skinner. Harriet Epps, Catherine Folk, 
Jennie Wylie, Beverly Brandenberg, Barbara Tillery, Pat Reagan, Kathy Major, Pat 
Swain. 
Not pictured: Pat Bodine, Rosemary Feese, Grace Creech, Doris Hudgins. 



Rainbow 




Dan Moyer 


Mary Hobbs 


Betty Ellis 


Lorita Sweat 


Business 


Associate Sales 


Associate Sales 


Circulation 


Manager 


Manager 


Manager 


Manager 




Swain McElmurray 
Publisher 




Joe Dukes. Ill Geraldine Rinker Margie Elser 
Assistant Sales Managers 



Peggy Cook 



BUSINESS STAFF 




First row: Left to right. Mary Hobbs, Betty Ellis. Dan Moyer, Swain McElmurray, 

Eleanor Hemstreet, Barbara Benoit, Margie Elser. Catherine Folk. 
Second row: Left to right, Carole Tessier, Belva Horton, Billy Ramsbotham, Ira 

Cartee, Lanny Harrison, Joe Dukes, III. Marjorie Burgamy. Dotty Zurfluh. 

Barbara Martin, Peggy Cook. 
Third row: Left to right, Joy Bedingfield, Lorita Sweat, Caro McDonald, Barbara 

Cook, Geraldine Rinker, Linda Whittle, Shirley Clifford. Barbara Simpson. Gail 

Eurnette. Marian Cook, Carolyn Vaughn. 
Not pictured: Ethel Wright. Melba McNeal, Virginia Wilcox, Laurel Weirsema, 

Melba Xorthcutt- 



Student Council 




Sim Fuleher 
Vice President 



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Pete Whatley 

President 



June Crawford 
Secretary-Treasurer 



ADVISERS 
- - Gladys Xeedham 
Mr. Shelby Lee Wallace 
Miss Milbra McGahee 

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Miss Virginia Smith 











First row: Left to right, iliss McGahee. June Crau-ford. Suzie Baggott. Jeanerce 
Stringer, Margaret Fair. Miss Xeedham. 

Second row: Left to right. Pete Whatley. Bobby White. Sim Fuleher. Dudley Baird. 
Cree Kilpatrick. Mr. Wallace. 



The Musketeer 








BARBARA BENOIT Managing Editor 

JO ANN BURBIDGE Literary Editor 

LEE BALLARD Sports Editor 

MR. GEORGE M. SCOTT, Faculty Adviser 



CsYie JHuskeieer 

Published eight times yearly by the 

Students of the Academy .of 

Richmond County and the 

Junior College of Augusta 



Subscription price 80c per year. 

Single Copy 10 cents 
Advertising rates on application. 



Entered as second class matter, November 
1st, 1948 at the Post Office at Augusta, 
Georgia under the Act of March 3, 1879. 



EDITORIAL 

Barbara Benoit ._ Managing Editor 

Jo Ann Burbidge Liturary Editor 

Lee Ballard ____ _... Sports Editor 

Sherrill Kelly Cartoonist 



REPORTERS AND CONTRIBUTORS 
Charles Bowen, Faye Burton, W. J. Car.- 
nady, Joe Christian, Grace Creech. Gene Glis- 
son, Herbert Greene, David Halcame, Kathy 
Major, Soleta Morris, Dan M'oyer, Louise Mc- 
Farland, Leslie Odom. Patsy Reagan, Roger 
Sanderson. Sydney Shields, Ben Turner, Car- 
lene Usry, Carolyn Vaughn, H in ton Wells, 
Bill West, Virginia Wilkinson, Nan Williams. 



Jean Ferguson Typist 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Mary Ann Oakley _ Business Manager 

Advertising Solicitors: 
Elmo Cason. Danny Hagler, Billy Rams- 
botham, Carolyn Vaughn. 




Hardy Risteen _ Circulation Manager 



G. M. Scott - Adviser 



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Sound Off 







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Miss Jaquelin Marshall 
Faculty Adviser 



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Robert Klett 
Editor and Publisher 



A professional and literary magazine published by the Creative Writing Class of the 
Junior College of Augusta and the Academy of Richmond County, sponsored by the 
1954 RAINBOW, to provide a link between the school, home and community by pre- 
senting the ideas and interests of the students and their friends through publication 
of student and professional writing. SOUND OFF appears in the fall, winter and 
spring issues, the cover of which is underwritten by J. B. White's Department Store. 




First row: Left to right. Peggy Cook. Barbara Tillery- Bob Klett. Hilary Corlett. 
Rosalyn Ghitter. 

Second row: Left to right. Douglas Busbia. William Brunkhurst. James Connor. 
Charles Bowen. Dan Mover. Ira Cartee. Joe Dukes. III. Swain McElmurray. 
-.son Danish. 

Not pictured: Pat Bodine. Helen Brehm. Willis Grubbs. 






Christian Workers Council 

OFFICERS 

JOE DUKES, III President 

GRACE CREECH Secretary 

CHARLES REESE Treasurer 

MR. J. T. HAINS Faculty Adviser 



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Joe Dukes, III 
Grace Creech 
Hill Reese 
Betty Jo Cadden 
Marjorie Burgamy 
Alice Morris 
Anne Laurie Maddox 
Monting Young 
Margie Griffin 
Ruth Bailey 
Marilyn Matthews 
Margie Prickett 
Peggy Harris 



Martha Wiggins 
Betty Monk 
Gloria Newsome 
Joyce Hopkins 
Kathy Major 
Elizabeth South 
Harriet Moore 
Elsie Thompson 
Paula Hyams 
Gwen Ready 
Marilyn Evans 
Ann Reid 
Edward Wall 
Roger Sanderson 



Catherine Folk 
Barbara Benoit 
Sarah Dawson 
Elizabeth Freeman 
Donna Rice 
Dotty Zurfluh 
Marian Cook 
Ann Jones 
Alvis Willis 
Edith Blackstone 
Nancy Bridges 
Laura Ann Chambley 
Walter Swancy 
Peggy Whiteside 



Barbara Buck 
Gretchen Corley 
Shirley Clifford 
Laurel Wiersema 
Barbara Simpson 
Gail Burnett 
Charles Byrd 
Elmo Cason 
Eugenia Beckum 
Ann Dixon 
Jo Ann Burbidge 
Swain McElmurray 
Bill Brunkhurst 



Peggy Whiteside 
Barbara Cook 
Nan Williams 
Betty Jane Arnold 
Carolyn Brandon 
Marion Smith 
Joyce Caldwell 
Frances McCarty 
Sandra Wheeler 
Rarbara Tillery 
Xancy Geer 
Beverly Farr 
Virginia Connell 



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MR. HENRY O. READ 
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The Gold R Society was founded in 1931 under the sponsorship of Professor Ernest 
M. Allen. Its purpose is to recognize achievement among Academy senior boys in 
character, in scholarship, and in three of the four fields of leadership, athletics, 
military, and other school and community activities. 

Left to right: Norman Griffin, Swain McElmurray, Lanny Harrison, Mr. Read. 
Roy Alewine, Ray Allen, Sim Fulcher, Billy Law, Dudley Baird, Kenneth Merry. 






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Activities Society 



The Girls Activities Medal is a recognition for service 
and participation in the various phases of school life. 
While it is not primarily an academic award nevertheless 
a recipient must have maintained an average of eighty in 
academic subjects. In addition to the academic require- 
ment a student must have earned points, total of twelve in 
athletics, school leadership, and active membership in 
school organizations that have been approved by the 
Honors Committee of the Faculty. 

When Academy of Richmond County became a co-eduea- 
tional institution in September 1950. the Honors Committee 
realized the need for recognition of outstanding girl stu- 
dents. The Girls Activities Medal was proposed and ap- 
proved by the Faculty. The first awards were made during 
the spring term of 1952. 




MISS GRACE STRAUSS 
Faculty Adviser 




Left to right: Mary Clark, Nan Williams. Patricia Swain. 



Phi Ttieta Kappa 




Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society for Junior College students. Comparable 
to Phi Beta Kappa in Senior Colleges, this scholastic attainment group must have 
maintained an average of A or better, for the first three semesters of college work. 
Thus, one qualifies for membership. 

Some 25 years ago the local chapter of Junior College of Augusta began to 
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Ann Anderson, Betty Atkinson. Lee Ballard, Eugenia Beckum, Haro 
Laura Chambley, Barbara Clark, Joyce Clark, Eugene Cliett. Jay 
Martha Ann Davis, Frances Dike, Bea Bodd, Margie Elser, Harriet 
Floyd. Carrie Frasier, Sim Fulcher, Rosalyn Ghitter, Gene Gibson, 
anor Hemstreet, Jimmie Heng, Bev Hite, Elaine Hogan. Paul Jue, 
Pete Jones, Sherrill Kelly, Robert Klett, Agnes Kuhlke, Noran Ann 
Magruder, Kathy Major, Jane Marschalk. Nancie Marsh, Dorot 
Myrick. Frances McCarty, Caro McDonald. Carol McElhenny, Glo 
Camila Paschal. Jerry Paulus, Marvin Pechter, Shelly Perdue, Jac 
Ross. Carolan Salley. Billie Sanders, Ann Satcher, Shirley Sawil 
Smith, Pat Swain. Sybil Scarbrough, Dixie Voyles, Ernestine Wa 
Martha Ann Wiggins, Virginia Wilcox. Nan Williams, Robert Wil 
Temma Zipper, Rosalyn Zucker. 



Id Benson. Barbara Benoit, Jo Ann Burbidge, Martha Ann Cauthen, 

Coftsky, Barbara Cook. Marian Cook, Mary Clark, Helen Daniels, 

Epps, Warren Faglier, Henry Fields, Willie Jean Fletcher, Margie 

Johnnie Green, Martha Harden, Bill Harden, Lanny Harrison. Ele- 

David Jackson, Gerry Jackson, Marvin Jenkins, Wayne Jennings, 

Langford, Terry Levy. Carol Little, Mary Helen Loyal, Carolyn 

hy Matthews. Kenneth Merry. Jimmy Mixon, Betty Monk, Helen 

ria Newsome. Sharon Osheroff, Mozelle Owens, Eilly Partridge, 

kie Powell, Margie Pricket, Gwenn Ready. Hardy Risteen, Chad 

owsky. Kill Simmons, Freddie Simowitz, Barbara Simpson, Marian 

lton. Celeste Weathers. Kay Weeks, Linda Whittle, Jack Widner. 

liamson, Bobby Woo, Ellen Woo. Ann Yonce. Delores Youngblood. 




OFFICERS 

SWAIN McELMURRAY President 

HARRIET EPPS Vice President 

CAROLYN MAGRUDER Secretary 

SHERRILL KELLY Treasurer 

MR. G. B. WILLIAMS Sponsor 




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First row: Left to right. Virginia Connell. Ann Smith. Carolyn Vaughn. Mary Alice Ct 
Second row: Peggy Smth. Lorita Sweat. Faye McXure. Jerry Ann Reese. Shirley Fr 
Third row: Warren Eubanks. Billy Ramsbotham. Marianne Mitchell. Bobbie McDonali 



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Irs. Stevens. Betty Logan. 
Reese. Bert Eng. 




OFFICERS 


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BILLY RAMSBOTHAM.- Vice President 


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Warren Eubanks 
President 



Mr. James E. Colbert 
Faculty Adviser 










Left to right: Bert Eng. Richard Still, William Saunders, Warren Eubanks, 
Bobby Burgess. Robert Walton. 



Richmond Chora Hers 




SOPRANOS 
Mary Alice Crouch 
Marianna Heath 
Barbara Hammett 
Judy Christian 
Helen Smith 
Margaret Yarbrough 
Nancy McGinty 
Mary Ann Oakley 
Donna Rice 
Beth Freeman 
Peggy Cook 
Dotty Zurfluh 
Joan May 
Suzie Baggott 
Edna Beasley 
Barbara Martin 
Suzanne Mann 
Ann Grantham 
Marilyn .Matthews 
Becky Wilbanks 
Joyce Caldwell 
Marion Smith 



Claudia Dill 
Cecelia Odom 
Shirley Clifford 
Susan Kaler 
Sylvia Frost 
Sarah Pritchard 

ALTOS 
Frances Dike 
Brigitte Peukert 
Barbara McAfee 
Jean Ferguson 
Pat Bodine 
Ann Dixon 
Nancy Geer 
Barbara Simpson 
Mary Ann Sawyer 
Gracie Creech 
Peggy Smith 
Jerry Ann Reese 
Alice Morris 
Gerry Rinker 
Xora Ann Langford 



Paige Hoffman 
Bobbie McDonald 
Linda Whittle 
Faye McNure 
Jeanette Brown 

TENORS 
James Freeland 
James Connor 
Doyle Abernathy 
Joe Bennett 
Jimmy Glaze 
Bill Brunkhurst 

BASSES 
Dan Mover 
Cleuse Blanchard 
George Kiker 
Charles Byrd 
Len Chavis 
John Groover 
Charles Spearman 
Joe Dukes, III 
Ronald Wright 
Ed Wall 



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OFFICERS 

JOE DUKES. Ill President 

BILL BRUNKHURST Vice President 

MARGARET YARBROUGH Secretary 
RONALD WRIGHT Treasurer 




Treble Clef Club 




Edna Beasley 
Evelyn Berger 
Patricia Bodine 
Peggy Cook 
Connie Currie 
Ellen Ann Davenport 
Connie Dunham 



Janace Fender 
Jean Ferguson 
Nancy Ford 
Betty Gilbert 
Claudette Goodwin 
Barbara Hammett 
Joan Hancock 



Mariana Heath 
Annette Hobbs 
Carol Holley 
Pat Hyder 
Margie Locke 
Jane Marriot 
Bobbie McDonald 



Nancy Elizabeth McGinty Jerry Ann Reese 



Faye McNure 
Myra Newsome 
Sheron Osheroff 
Mozelle Owens 
Brigitte Peukert 
Sara Pritchard 



Carolan Salley 
Barbara Snellgrove 
Lorita Sweat 
Gail Vansant 
Linda Whittle 
Margaret Yarbrough 




Latin Club 



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OFFICERS 

ELEANOR HEMSTREET President 

BRIGITTE PEUKERT Vice President 

ELAIXE HOGAX Program Chairman 
.MISS RUTH McAULIFFB Adviser 

Xot Pictured: 

ALLAN PLAYFORD Treasurer 




First row: Left to right. Carol Tessier. Agnes Kuhlke. Eleanor Hemstree". Edith Blackstone, Rosalyn 
Zucker, Ann Jones. Gail Burnette. Shirley Clifford. Elaine Hogan. Xancie Marsh. 

Second row: left to right. Barbara Mays. Barbara Simpson. Joy Beddingfield. Brigitte Peukert. Kathy 
Major. Klaus Steinbeck, Cree Kilpatrick. Allan Playford. William Woo. 

Third row: Left to right. August Roesel. Pat Collins. Marvin Jenkins. George Kiker. Jackson Williams. 
Miss McAuliffe. Gene Gibson, Arthur Regopolos. Billy Henderson. Bayliss Burdison. 



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First row: Left to right. Ann Satcher, Margie Elser, Suzie Baggott, Marian Adkins, 
Belva Earle Horton. Nan Williams. Carolyn Bostick. Rosalyn Ghitter. 

Second row: Left to right, Miss Strauss. Mary Clark. Martha Wiggins. Mary Alice 
Crouch, Caro McDonald, Dorothy Barker, Helen Daniels. Sandra Wheeler. 

Third row: Left to right. Miss Braddy, Jo Ann Sizemore. Janice Butler, Mary Dor- 
othy Ford, Catherine Folk, Camila Paschal, Pat Swain, Betty Jane Arnold. 







OFFICERS 

PATRICIA SWAIN President 

SUZIE BAGGOTT Vice President 

JOANN SIZEMORE Treasurer 

.MISS ANN BRADDY... Adviser 

MISS GRACE STRAUSS Adviser 

Not Pictured: 

BETTY JANE ARNOLD Secretary 



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Future Nurses of America 




First row: Left to right, Cecelia Hall, Virginia Connell, Marianna Heath, Kay 

Macuch, Caroline Browne, Ann Jones. Alvis Willis. 
Second row: Left to right, Peggy Whiteside, Becky Wilbanks, Betty Ellis, Jan 

Foster, Virginia Allen, Carolyn Vaughn, Marilyn Evans. 
Third row: Left to right, Mrs. Stevens, Grace Creech, Mary Ann Oakley, Ann 

Skinner, Frances McCarty, Ruth Bailey. 




OFFICERS 

ANN JONES Secretary 

CAROLYN VAUGHN Treasurer 

PEGGY WHITESIDE Chaplain 

MRS. PAULINE STEVENS Adviser 

Not Pictured: 

VIRGINIA CONNELL President 

ANN ALSTON Vice President 



Future Homemakers of America 




Left to right: Barbara Geddings, Edna Mae Godwin, Rennie Beasley, 
Suzanne Mann, Carolyn Bostick. Helen Daniels, Frances McCarty, 
Ann Satcher, Nancy Ford, Dorothy Matthews, Nora Ann Langford, 
Carol Little, Henri Ann Giradot, Janice Fender, Brigitte Peukert, 
Ella Martin, Evelyn Berger, Faye McNure, Mary Hobbs, Mrs. White, 
Betty Ellis. 



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OFFICERS 

HENRI ANN GIRADOT President 

NORA ANN LANGFORD. ..Vice President 

CAROL LITTLE Secretary 

ANN SATCHER Treasurer 

MRS. MARGARET V. WHITE Adviser 





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Distributive Education Club 




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OFFICERS 

BEVERLY FARR President 

JOHX BAILEY Vice President 

JUDY SMITH Secretary 

GERRY JACKSON Reporter 

MRS. RUBY C. TURXER Adviser 

Not Pictured: 

ELEANOR PERKINS Treasurer 



Purposes of the Distributive Education 
Club: 

To encourage the use of high ethical 

standards in business. 
To foster a deep feeling of the civic, 

social and moral responsibiities of 

business to society. 

To develop leadership through club 
activities in the field of distribu- 
tion. 




MRS. TURNER 




First row: Left to right. Beverly Farr, Judy Smith, Eleanor Perkins. Gerry Jackson. 

Mrs. Turner, Betty Bregan, Margaret Brumsey. Doris O'Tyson, Carolyn Prickett, 

Norma Jean Hall, Laverne Johnson. 
Second row: Left to right, Joe Christian. Gordon Robinson, Harold Minis. John 

Bailey, Leslie Brown, Jimmy Glaze. Bobby Paris. Frank Whitely. Bob Moser, 

Shirley Hackworth. Jolene Jones, Shirley Watkins, Mary Ann Osborne, Mary 

Ann Sawyer, Pete Jones. 
Not pictured: Betty Ward, Cecelia Odum, Roy Stewart, Claudia Dill, Charels Bowen. 



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First row: Left to right. David R. Brown, Julian Reese. 
Benjamin J. Thompkins, Jean Justiss, Shirley Lever- 
ette. Jackie Halford. Thomas D. Adams, Henry J. 
Roberts. 

Second row: Left to right, Thomas E. Palmer, Calloway 
Cam, James Palmer, Frank Bailey. Carlton Bonham, 
Edward Doolittle, William Oxner, William Badgett. 

Third row: Left to right. John F. Street, L. M. English, 
Ralph Newman, Chesley Parrish, Franklin Wood, 
Nicolas Pileggi, William Smith, Donald Lemons, 
William Cliett. 

Fourth row: Left to right, Mr. Hardy, Henry Grant. Don- 
ald Akins. Ronald Ammerson, John Groover, Wendel 
Stinchcomb, Kenneth Cook, Gordon Hamilton, Rich- 
ard Laughlin. 





Mr. George M. Hardy 
Adviser 



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A. R. C. Concert Bond 




Cornets: 


Saxophones: 


Bass Horns: 


Charles Blanchard 


Loren Hatfield 


Jimmy Connors 


Robert Bush 


Eddie Sills 


Edward Rhymer, Jr 


Ray Mims 






Billy Norris 


Flute: 


Drums: 


Mac Rudisill 


Lois Frolkis 


Andy Mulcay 


Sammy Smith 
Bobby Ware 
Ray Yeargin 


Horns: 

Ira Cartee 
Geneva Cooper 


Bill Potter 
Chadwick Ross 
Billy VonKamp 
Elsie Wilkinson 


Clarinets: 


Tommy Crawford 




Norris Blair 


LaVelle Fogle 


Majorettes: 


Betty Jo Cadden 


Peggy Harris 


Martha Crim 


John Findley 


Douglas Pollock 


Louise McFarland 


Allen Hagin 


Wm. Cantrell 


Leila Sousa 


Cornelius Harmon 


Leonard Friedman 


Caroline Ward 


Annettte Hobbs 


Brad Vote 


Peggy Sue White 


David Jones 






Allen Mobley 


Trombones: 




Donald McNeil 


Ed Broome 




Robert Touart 


Glenn Howard 




Bobby Winchester 


Claude Johnson 




Charles Younger 


Fred Marschalk 






MR. LOUIS FRIEDMAN 
Director 



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LORITA SWEAT 










NAN WILLIAMS 



BEST ALL 'ROUND SENIOR BOY 



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RAY ALLEN 




Superlatives 



MOST ATHLETIC SENIOR BOY 





LESLIE HARRY ODOM 



SPORTSMANSHIP 



SIM FULCHER 



MOST BEAUTIFUL SOPHOMORE GIRL 




HANDSOMEST SOPHOMORE BOY 



J. C. A. 



VICTOR WILLIAMS 




MOST POPULAR SOPHOMORE GIRL 



JANET SMITH 



MOST POPULAR SOPHOMORE BOY 



Superlatives 




GORDON HUFF 



J. C. A. 



BEST ALL 'ROUND SOPHOMORE GIRL 





FRANCES BUCKLEY 



BEST ALL 'ROUND SOPHOMORE BOY 






Superlatives 



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Last Wilt and Testament 

Academy of Richmond Comity 



WE, THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1954, of the 
Academy of Richmond County, do will and be- 
queath to the Junior Class the void left by our 
passage in hopes that they will fill it with a 
more shining radiance than we have. We leave 
the following items to our younger schoolmates : 

ITEM I — We, Barbara Benoit and Jo Ann Burbidge, 
being of loud mouths, do finally leave peace and 
quiet to "Gorgeous George" Scott's Journalism 
class, his new proteges" won't cause so much 
racket and "leave" class as often as we did. 

ITEM II — We, Katherine Bailey and Lanny Har- 
rison, do will and bequeath to any able Junior 
couple our talents to suppress our anger toward 
each other while "loitering" in the halls. 

ITEM III — I, Joyce Clark, being of feeble fingers, 
will and bequeath to any poor and unsuspecting 
second year commercial typing student, my 
ability to remain after school and type until 5 :30 
P. M. and then make a "D" on my report. 

ITEM IV — We, the third period Class, Spanish 42, 
do hereby will and bequeath to Senor Howard 
one copy of that all time favorite, "Vaya Con 
Dios" (Vete con Dios). 

ITEM V— I, Grace Creech, of the city of Augusta, 
county of Richmond and state of Georgia, being 
of unsound mind and memory, do will and be- 
queath to Kathryn Kennedy and Betty Ellis my 
ability to stay in first aid room all day and still 
make "A's" and "A-pluses". 

ITEM VI — I, Sputter Sheehan, do leave to Celeste 
Weathers my ability to get out of classes and 
also my parking space under the tree for her 
new car. 

ITEM VII — I, Alice Morris, being of rather sound 
mind and hollow head, do will and bequeath to 
Marjorie Burgamy my rights as a student of 
A. R. C. if she has the power and intelligence to 
hold them. 

ITEM VIII — I, Margie Griffin, hereby leave my seat 
in Mr. Owens' English class with great sorrow to 
Marlene Hadden. 

ITEM IX — I, Marilyn Evans, being of unstable mind, 
but utterly truthful, do hereby will and be- 
queath to Carol Ann Tessier my ability to com- 
plete three yeais at Richmond without being be- 
headed for cheering for Catholic High ! 

ITEM X — I, Jeanie Niehuss, being of unsound mind, 
rickety body, and in a highly nervous state, do 
leave the Theta's — Thank Goodness! 

ITEM XI — I, Nena Griffin, being of half sound mind 
and half sober, do hereby will and bequeath my 
South Georgia brogue to Sylvia, Jo Ann and 
Barbara. 

ITEM XII— I, Jane Marschalk, do will and bequeath 
to Mr. Howard my Spanish notes that I took in 
shorthand, in hopes that he can decode them. 

ITEM XIII — I, Don Neal, leaving with a lost mind, 
do hereby will my ability to get along with Miss 
Braddy to some deserving Jr. who might want it. 

ITEM XIV — I, Eleanor Kilpatrick, do regretfully 
leave — Danny. 

ITEM XV — I, John Brinson, leave behind five years 
of laughter in Mr. Owens' English classes. 

ITEM XVI — I, Marion Cook, do will and bequeath 
to Kathy Major my ability to worry about un- 
love-life along with the hope that she won't 
have to use it as much as I have. 

ITEM XVII — I, Paula Miller, leave to Ann Lowry a 
a few words of advice : 
"Cheer up, the world is young: 



It yearns for more laughter, love and romance, 
More loyalty, labor, and duty." 

ITEM XVIII— I, Carol McElheniiy, will and be- 
queath to Eleanor Hemstreet one well used 
alarm clock in hopes that it will serve her better 
than it did me. 

ITEM XIX — I, Marilyn Matthews, being in sound 
mind, do hereby leave to Ira Cartee my abiilty 
to fail under Mrs. Hall. 

ITEM XX — We, Jeanie Niehuss, Eleanor Kilpatrick, 
Adelaide Pund, Pat Hall, Joyce Hodges, Becky 
Wilbanks and Margot Teague do will and be- 
queath the remainder of that large ECONOMY 
SIZE BOTTLE OF GLUE left to us by Carol B., 
Evelyn B., Jackie M., Ann H., Louise Mc, 
Wanda W., and Punk S., to Anne H., Fran M„ 
Nancy G., Ann A., Celeste W., Ann Y., Virginia 
W., Agnes K., Marty S., and Barbara T.. in 
hopes that they may stick together even better 
than we have. 

ITEM XXI — I, Adelaide Pund, being of sound mind 
and broken down car, do leave my taxi-cab serv- 
ice to Anne Hardin. 

ITEM XXII— We, Carolyn Griffis and Margie Mat- 
thews, do will and bequeath our ability to thumb 
a ride on the corner of Highland and Walton 
Way every morning to Ann Anderson and Fran 
Merrv. 

ITEM XXIII— I, Charles Childers, hereby leave my 
desk in Mr. Galloway's room and all others to 
my brother, Larry Childers. 

ITEM XXIV — I, Caroline Browne, leave to Kay 
Macuch one beat up green Cadillac for future 
use. 

ITEM XXV — We, June Gillion, Mary Anne Epps, 
and Bettye Gilbert do will and bequeath to Pa- 
tricia Toole and Joyce Thomas our ability to 
bring up our grades in Economics by purchas- 
ing basketball tickets. 

ITEM XXVI — I, Marianna Heath, being of fairly 
sound mind do hereby will and bequeath to 
Sharon Osheroff, my "treasured" seat in Mr. 
Maden's second year French class with hopes 
that she can survive the year. 

ITEM XXVII — I, Mary Ann Sawyer, being of level 
mind, and school-worn body, do hereby leave 
Jackie Williams one red-topped trash can in the 
first floor lounge. 

ITEM XXVIII — We, Joan Watkins, Anne Grantham 
and Paige Hoffman, do hereby will and be- 
queth to Bettv Wall our extra 16 units. 

ITEM XXIX — I, Ronald Wright, do will and be- 
queath my parking place at Murray Hills to 
Gene Skelton. 

ITEM XXX — I, Nan Williams, being of sound mind 
do will and bequeath my "great" ability to play 
forward on the basketball team to Virignia Mid- 
dleton. 

ITEM XXXI — I, Joyce Hodges, do will and bequeath 
to Barbara Clarke my ability to smile and get 
lipstick on my ears. 

ITEM XXXII — I, Monting Young, do hereby will to 
Bobbie Keilholtz and Marlene Hadden, my abil- 
ity to chew gum in Mrs. White's class without 
getting caught. 

ITEM XXXIII— We, Lee Ballard and Bobby White, 
do bequeath to Bayliss Burdison and Tommy 
Harris, if they want it, our good standing at 
Langford, hoping they can use it. 

ITEM XXXIV — We, Walter Harwood and Ed Rudi- 
sill hereby leave to Bonny Ford and Bobby 






Sheppard all our night schools, summer schools, 
and day schools in hopes that they will some day 
graduate. 

ITEM XXXV — We, the Senior members of the Tri- 
Theta, being- of greedy nature, do will and be- 
queaath to next year's Thetas our ability to stay 
underground without suffocating. 

ITEM XXXVI— I, Ruth Bailey, being more or less of 
sound mind, do hereby leave Larry Childers, my 
love for English 41 under Mr. Wise. 

ITEM XXXVII— I, "Ralph" Newman leave to that 
hopeless, moneyless Jimmie Palmer one pack of 
cigarettes. 

ITEM XXXVIII — I, Joan Herbert, bequeath to Bar- 
bara Burns, my typewriter in hopes that she will 
have better luck with it than I did. 

ITEM XXXIX— We, Margot Teague and Caro Mc- 
Donald, do hereby will and bequeath our places 
at different lab tables and our different part- 
ners, in Mr. Inman's Chemistry class to any un- 
suspecting juniors in hopes that they, too, can 
get together and catch up on all the latest gos- 
sip of the school while setting up only one ex- 
periment. 

ITEM XL — We, Carolyn Vaughn, Joy Beddingfield, 
and Connie Cook, hereby will and bequeath our 
ability to type 40 words a minute with only 39 
errors to Cary Gorden, Jackie Halford and Shir- 
ley Merritt. 

ITEM XLI— I, Edward Wall, do leave to any deserv- 
ing junior my ability to half-way clean my rifle 
and get by on inspection. 

ITEM XLII— We, Mary Dorothy Ford and Catherine 
Folk, having only one mind between us, do will 
and bequeath to Nancy Ford the ability to find 
another Folk in hopes that they may stick to- 
gether as we have. 

ITEM XLIII— We, Swain McElmurray and Jimmy 
Holden, leave our pool cues in Homefolks' to 
anyone who can manage to play five games dur- 
ing lunch hour. 

ITEM XLIV— We. Billie Rose, Juanita, Katherine, 
and Monting Young, do will our desks in Mr. 
Wise's home room to some other Youngs. 

ITEM XLV— I, Margie Prickett, being of sound 
mind, do hereby leave to June McClendon the 
back seat in clerical training (for talking pur- 
poses only.) 

ITEM XLVI — I, Harriet Epps, being of reasonably 
sound mind, do will and bequeath the next 
treasurer of the Tri-Alnha the ability to always 
have more money in the Treasury than on the 
books in hopes that they'll be able to go to Day- 
tona on a house party. 

ITEM XLVD — I, Freddie Olive, do will and be- 
queath my "Coveted" place in the drum corps to 
Charles Home in hopes that he can "make time" 
as well as I did. 

ITEM XLVIII— I, Frank Christian, do will and be- 
queath to the school library all my Mickey Spil- 
laine and Erskine Caldwell books so that the 
students in the future may have the same well- 
rounded training that I have had ! 

ITEM XLIX — I, Dotty Zurfluh, being able to think 
of nothing else to leave, hereby leave nothing to 
Peggy Cook, hoping she can do more with it 
than I did. 

ITEM L — I, Margy Elser, do hereby will and be- 
queath to Benny Mullins the key to his ball and 
chain, with the understanding that he will not 
use it until I have moved away. 

ITEM LI — I, Nancy Jo Almon, being of sound mind 
and crossed eyes do hereby leave to Pat Reagan 
my ability to talk all through Theta meetings 
and get charged only a dime. 

ITEM LII — I, Brother Rose, king of the empty stom- 
ach, do will and bequeath to professor A. L. 



Williams one penny a day for the remainder of 
his normal life, for the express purpose of buy- 
ing Fritos for his pet tadpole, Mergertiot. The 
will will be declared null and void in the event 
that the said professor is caught in the act of 
starving said tadpole and feeding the said Fritos 
to the above mentioned professor. 

ITEM LIII — I, Glenda Prince, do will and bequeath 
to Betty Atkinson my unauthorized chemistry 
experience in hopes that she will succeed in 
blowing up the school. 

ITEM LIV — I, Peggy Whiteside, do hereby leave to 
"Skookie" Moore my ability to cut classes and 
always rely on first-aid for an excuse. 

ITEM LV — I, Jenny Wylie, do will and bequeath to 
Bobbie Hayes, my numerous crushes on B. C. H. 
S. boys during my senior year, in hopes tint she 
will make more progress than I did. 

ITEM LVI— I, Margaret Yarbrough, do will and be- 
queath to Joan May and Suzie Baggott, my 
known ability to be late to school at least 10 
times a month during my great (?) senior year. 

ITEM LVH — I, Barbara Tillery, do will and be- 
queath to Cadet Roy Harris personal instruc- 
tions and valuable information on how to fly 
rocket ships to give Cree Kilpatrick so that he 
may instruct Marv Jo Clark. 

ITEM LVIII— I, "B. J." Arnold do will and bequeath 
to Bonny Ford my old books in hopes that he 
will get more out of them than I did. 

ITEM LIX — I, Janice Butler, being of warped mind 
do bequeath to Joyce Butler my ability to get 
. along with Miss Braddy. 

ITEM LX — I, Nancy Geer, leave my 25 extra credits 
to Willard James, in hopes that he will some day 
graduate. 

ITEM LXI — We, Jo Ann Sizemore and Dot Barker, 
do bequeath to the oncoming sports editors our 
ability to make a mess out of the sports section 
of the annual. 

ITEM LXII — I, David Halcame, being of high rank 
and low I. Q., do hereby leave to Sgt. Murrphy 
the ability to type without the interubions of 
(my or me) useing the Military Department for 
a longe and Public discusion room. (This is 
an exact copy of the original and is not to be 
altered or changed . . . military order No. 
000001.) Don't they teach officers spelling? 

ITEM LXIII— I, Becky Wilbanks, do will and be- 
queath to anyone expecting to move, my ability 
to move to Orangeburg, and yet stay in Augusta 
and graduate. 

ITEM LXIV— We, Richard Jue and Gene Gibson, 
hereby leave to Marvin Jenkins and Battey Dan- 
iels our influence in the military department 
with the hope that they will have as brilliant a 
military career as we did. 

ITEM LXV — I, Jo Anne Daniel, do hereby will and 
bequeath to Jackie Bell and Jane Saxon my 
ability to leave my locker key at home when all 
my books are in my locker. 

ITEM^ LXVI— We, Barbara Cook, Liz Lehmann and 
Kay Weeks, do will and bequeath to our sisters, 
Betty, Jen and Pat, all the luck in the world 
with our former teachers. Thev'll need it! 

ITEM LXVII— I, Mary Ann Oakley, leave to Leon- 
ard Chavis my ability to get out of study hall 
with the excuse that I have to see Mr. Scott. 

ITEM LXVIII— I, Verdy D. Blackwell, do will and 
bequeath to Ronnie Bell my drawing grades in 
Mr. L. A. Fox's class. 
Signed, sealed and delivered by the Class of 1954 

to be its last will and testament. 



Witnessed by 



KATHY MAJOR 
CAROL McELHENNY 
JEAN FERGUSON 



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Our Alma Mater glorious stands 

By old Savannah's turbid stream, 

Upreared by loyal hearts and hands, 

Fulfillment of her children's dream. 

Her noble sons adown the years, 

Have proved their courage, conquered fears, 

On fields of glory, honor, tears, 

Inspired by Alma Mater. 



These Supported you., .You Buy From Them 




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FROM YOUR FRIENDS AT THE 

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WRECKING CO. 



S. DONALD FORTSON COMPANY 

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AND CONTRACTING SUPPLIES 

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Domestic and Commercial 

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Phone 4-2723 
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Lake View Pharmacy 

"Open 24 Hours a Day" 

1800 Broad St. 

Phone 3-4495 

Augusta, Georgia 




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Pou4iao 

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Tompkins Music Co., Inc. 

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Refrigerators — Home Freezers — Ranges 

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Manufacturers of 

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Kilduff's Variety Stores 

"The Little Stores With the Large 

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7 Convenient Locations 



Meet Your Friends Here 

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Specializing in 

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EMORY TOWNER 
You Call — We Haul" 




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House Moving 

7 :.-:>:' r ; 7 : - : : . it: : 
Facilities Pool-Car Service 



Compliments of 

Augusta Federal Savings 
and Loan Association 

Ground Floor 
Southern Finance Building 



Phone 2-6639 

B & B Lumber 
& Supply Co. 

T. L. Byrd M. B. Byrd 

Yard and Office 

1241-45 D'Antignac St. 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

SOUTHERN ROADBUILDERS, Inc. 



P. O. Box 847 



Augusta, Georgia 



Phones: 6-8433 and 6-8434 



ELLIOTT SON'S 



Compliments of 

RUBEN'S 

Augusta's Only Home-Owned 

Department Store 

Largest Boys' and Students' 

Department in Augusta 



Compliments of 



Bailie's Parking Lot 



739 Reynolds Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



Augusta Hide Co. 

E. A. Lamar and R. M. Lamar 
Proprietors 

HIDES— Furs — Wool— Beeswax 

and Tallow — Scrap Iron — 

Metal — Rubber and Rags 

Office and Warehouse 

1433 Reynolds St. 






Bassford Motor Co. 

LTD. 

1447 Broad St. Phone 2-7018 

Be Smart — Ride a Cushman Motor 

Scooter to School 

Distributors: All Kinds 

MERCURY— CANOES — BOATS 
OUTBOARD MOTORS & CRUISERS 



Compliments of Music Dept. 
of 



H. L. G 



reen 



Co. 



Latest Recordings By 

TOP ARTISTS 

Sheet Music Accessories 



Carey F. Weathers 

TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. 

Local and Long Distance Moving 
Operating in 28 States 

A COMPLETE MOVING SERVICE 

1268 Druid Park Ave. 
Phone 3-2211 



BRIGHAM'S 

Super Markets 

2108 Broad St. 

1732 Broad St. 

2301 Milledgeville Road. 

2500 Peach Orchard Rd. 

Fifth and Ellis Sts. 



I. H. Cohen Agency 




KET-tU ▼ .'..A.IA 



124 Eiehth St. Phone 2-537 

IF IT IS GOOD INSURANCE, 

WE SELL IT 







COMPLIMENTS OF 


E. 


R. 


Davis 


Coal & Oil 






Co., 


Inc. 






Phone 


2-5787 



Compliments of 

W R D W 
Radio & TV 

1480 & Channel 12 






F. E. FERRIS & CO. 



MEN'S CLOTHING 



752 Broad Street 



An Unbeatable 
Pair 



Sancken N j 
ICECREAM . 




Sa nckenV 

MILK , 



A DIVISION OF 
THE BORDEN COMPANY 



Stark-Empire Laundry 

LICENSED SANITONE CLEANER 

Cash and Carry Service 

Delivery Service 

Phone 3-3611 



Compliments of 

Hull, Willingham, 
Tovvill & Norman 



Garden City Engraving 
Company, Inc. 

Designing Photo-Engraving Illustrating 

Blue Prints — B. W. Prints 

Photo Copies 



805 Reynolds St. 
Phone 2-6754 



P. O. Box 64 

Augusta, Ga. 



Augusta Hardware Co. 

2255 Milledgeville Rd. 

Phone 6-3375 

'A complete line of quality hardware 
at a reasonable price" 



Compliments of 

T. J. Carstarphen Co. 

— Wholesale — 

TOBACCO— DRUG SUNDRIES 

PAPER— CANDIES 



Phone 2-4267 



1021 Telfair St. 



Telephone 4-3551 


WHEN YOU BUILD OR REMODEL 


Think of 


Perkins Lumber Co. 


VERNON MADDOX 


619 13th St. Augusta. Georgia 



SMOKE 










HAY 


-A-TAMPA 


CIGARS 


J< 


:>hn 


J. Miller 




Distributor 





Compliments of 

SOUTHERN LUBRICATING COMPANY 

Distributors of 

CITIES SERYICE PRODUCTS 

YALYOLIXE OIL 









Hill Drug Company 

Prescription Druggist 
Phone 3-3621 and 3-4488 

1432 Monte Sano Avenue 

Augusta. Georgia 
Dr. J. T. Matheny. Prop. 



HargroYe Printing Co. 

. . . Eighteen Years Printing 

Experience . . . 

Telephone 4-7034 

36 Thirteenth Street 

Augusta. Ga. 




Compliments of 

Tabb Finance Co. 

S. F. C. Building 
Phone 2-3506 






Toot 
'N 

Tell'm 
Drive-In 

630 Broad St. 

FINE FOODS 

QUICK SERVICE 



Compliments of 



Jennings' Drug Store 



Compliments of 



GREENES' Inc. 



Home of 



CREAM-TEX MILK PRODUCTS 



Compliments of 

Audio-Visual Center 

216 - 12th St. Augusta, Georgia 

R. G. SMITH, Jr., Mgr. 

Everything for 

AUDIO-VISUAL PROGRAM 



Murphy Stationery Co. 

SOCIAL and COMMERCIAL 

STATIONERY 

718 Broad St. 

Dial 2-2122 



DAIRY QUEEN 

'The Cone With the Curl on Top" 

1830 Walton Way 
2300 Milledgeville Road 



Compliments of 

SHARPTON JEWELERS 

"YOUR HOUSE OF DIAMONDS" 

304 8th St. 



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Phone 6-5204 — We Deliver 

.Monte Sano Hardware 

Paint — Hardware 
S] orting Goods 

1428 Monte Sano Avenue 

C. E. Blanchard 

Augusta. Georgia 



Augusta Radio Co. 

Radios — Home Appliances 

Phonograph Records 

"Augusta's Largest Record Dept." 

855 Broad St. Dial 2-2218 



<zJlan r\u$ £ leaning £c- t 
Q00K 




COMPLETE RUG SERVL E 
ORIENTAL AND DOMESTIC 



AUTHORIZED and FRANXHISED 
KARPET - RARE CLEANERS 

Office and Plant: Emmet St. 

Phone 6- 



Boardman 

Motors, 

Inc. 

1290 Broad St. Tel. 4-5533 

Augusta. Ga. 
STFDEBAKER SALES and SERVICE 



Georgia Hatters 
cv Cleaners 

SHIRT LAUNDRY 

B. A. Gavalas. Proprietor 

Dial 2-4094 

316 Eighth Street 



Compliments 
of 

CASTLEBERRV'S 
FOOD CO. 



Herring- Bros. 
Furniture Co. 

516 Broad St. 

PHILCO RADIO & 
REFRIGERATORS 

Phone 4-5120 






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Stothart's Drugs 

Partridge Inn — Walton Way 
Dial 3-5832 Augusta, Georgia 

FREE DELIVERY 

Daily Hours Open 

9 A. M. Till 10:30 P. M. 



Compliments of 

Emory Williamson 
Company 

Brokers and Distributors 




Compliments of 




YOUR LINCOLN-MERCURY 


DEALER 




Southern Motors, 


Inc. 


1119 Ninth St. 




Phone 2-0433 




Augusta, Georgia 





Compliments of 

Richmond Hotel 
Barber Shop 

Richmond Hotel 



WE BUILD OR REMODEL ANY 

SIZE JOB 

WE SPECIALIZE IN SERVICE 

All Estimates Free 

Phones 7-4832 — 2-6795 

Spence Construction 
Company 

26 - 13th St. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Pee Wee's Restaurant 



1423 Monte Sano Avenue 



IheBestinTVServit Pi 

SWI NT TELEVISION CCUnc 
34 13th St. * Phone A-\rn^ 




930 Broad St. 



Compliments of 

Augusta Bottlers 
Association 

Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. 

Canada Dry Bottling Co. 

Royal Crown Bottling Co. 

7-1 p Bottling Co. 



BARRETT & LAW 

REALTORS 

Lobby Masonic Building 
Augusta, Georgia 



Augusta Mill Supply 
Company 

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 
BELTING— PIPE — STEEL 

TOOLS — VALVES 

Phones 2-4657 or 2-4658 

636 - 11th St. Augusta, Ga. 



Jennings Auto Supply 
Company 

AUTO PARTS 

— and — 

ACCESSORIES 

1223 Reynolds St. 

Dial 2-6828. 2-6829 



Bailie Furniture 
Company 

726 Ellis Street 

Augusta, Georgia 

•BAILIEMADE" 

AWNIN IS SHADES 

PICTURE FRAMING 

ARTISTS' SUPPLIES 



Macuch Steel Products, Inc. 

Engineers. Designers and Craftsmen 

1530 Augusta Ave. Phone 2-0305 

Augusta. Georgia 

Fabricators of 

STRUCTURAL. ORNAMENTAL 

— and — 

MISCELLANEOUS STEEL 






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Dial 4-5417 



Auto Supply Co. 



214-218 Sixth Street 



Augusta, Georgia 




AUGUSTA TRANSFER & STORAGE 

PACKAGE DELIVERY 

Baggage — Express — Light Hauling 

CHAS. M. HORTON 

623 Ellis St. Night Phone 

Phone 4-7871 6-7577 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Cornelison Printing Co. 



Compliments of 

Henry Darling, Inc. 

"Your Friendly Chevrolet 
Dealer" 

533 Broad Street 



Best Wishes 



DORIS JEWELERS 



W. F. Bentley W. F. Bentley, Jr. 

W. F. Bentlev & Son 

FINE FURNITURE 
901 Broad Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



Augusta Typewriter 

Exchange 

• Rr; 
J. - . - - • Exchanged 

A :_*..-:-- : T - - - 
Adding Machines 
Typewriter SappI: 
Rebuilt Machines 



SIG COX 

REFRIGERATION 

AIR condition: 
automatic heat:: 

1565 Broad Si Phone 2-3556 

A;::?: 
YORK PRODUCTS 



Compliments of 

BREAULT'S STUDIOS 



BEST 
916 Greene Street 



Richmond Candy 
Venders, Inc. 

Highway F| I >. :r.-r 

All Kinds of 

automatic vend:: 
machines 




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Geo. M. Mason Plumbing 
Company 

RE IISTERKI PUTMBEB 

602 Monte Sano Avenue 

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Office 1-2428 7. -74 - 

- i e Tista. Georgia 




E. B. Satcher. Jr. 

BEAR WHEEE ALIGNME NT 
FRAME STRAIGHTENING 

WHEEL BALANCING 

GENERAL REPATR WORK 

7IP.E SKIMMING 

1215-17-1! Reynolds Si Augusta, Ga. 







IET US RECOMMEND A GOOD PAINTING CONTRACTOR 

Sherwin-Williams 

OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT • WE DELIVER Tf 5 ** 




SHERWIN-WILLIAMS DEALER 



Compliments of 

Skelton's Super Market 

1121 Gwinnett Street 



BEST WISHES TO THE 
CLASS OF '54 

Guy C. Smith 
Construction Co. 



Sturkie Furniture 
Company 

2117 Milledgeville Road 

Phone 2-2162 

OPEN 'TIL 9 AT NIGHT 



B 


for Beauty 


R 


for Ruggedness 


I 


for Insulation 


C 


for Construction ease 


K 


for the Finest kind of brick which insures all of those valuable char- 




acteristics in your new Vocational School along with many other 




outstanding structures throughout the Southeast. 




MERRY BROTHERS 




BRICK & TILE COMPANY 1 




Augusta, Georgia 




THE LEADING MANUFACTURERS OF 




STRUCTURAL CLAY PRODUCTS 



MRU 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
FROM 

719 Broad St. 




Compliments of 

Empire Furniture Co. 

"COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD 

FURNISHINGS" 

1201-3 Broad Street 

Dial 2-5435 
















Compliments of 

Edmunds Drug Co. 

"In Business for Your Health" 

Phone 2-6855 502 Broad St. 
Augusta, Ga. 

Your Druggist to Downtown 
Augusta 
















Busy Bee Restaurant 

Established 1910 

658 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 
Mrs. C. Moutos, Owner 
Mike Agostas, Manager 




Compliments of 

Champion Coal & Fuel 
Oil Company 

"WHERE SATISFACTION IS A 
CERTAINTY" 

Dial 2-7309 1335 Walker St. 
P. 0. Box 297 Augusta, Ga. 
















The Buckeye Cotton Oil 
Company 

Manufacturers of 

COTTONSEED and SOYBEAN 

PRODUCTS 




Georgia Sporting 
Goods, Inc. 

Broad at Monument 

Augusta's Only Dealer in 

Rawlings Athletic Equipment 

Dial 2-1961 

ART PATCHIN, Manager 















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Poultry Palace Market 

CHICKENS AND EGGS 

1204 Ellis Street 
Dial 2-9937 



Earl L. Babbitt 
Plumbing & Heating Co. 

Repairs — Alterations 

— on — 

PLUMBING— HEATING 

OIL BURNER— GAS FITTING 

1128 Ellis St. Phone 2-2520 



Compliments of 

JOHN R. COOK & CO. 

CONTRACTORS 

— and — 

ENGINEERS 



Woodward Lumber Co. 

BUILDING MATERIALS 

CURTIS WORK 

LUMBER— PAINTS 

1010 Roberts St. Augusta, Ga. 

Phones 2-4611-12-13 



HOUSTON ICE & COAL CO. 

Thirteenth at D'Antignac Street 

Phone 2-7337 

Augusta, Georgia 

PACKAGED CRUSHED ICE BURN-RITE COAL 

BLOCK ICE 



Compliments of 

Skinner Auto Supply 
Company 

Augusta, Georgia 



A. M. McAuliffe 

Chas. I. (Mike) Mell, Jr. 

McAuliffe Realty Company 

REAL ESTATE— RENTING 

INSURANCE— SURETY BONDS 

807 Broad St. Phone 2-6086 

Augusta, Georgia 















Compliments of 








Meyer's 










Prescription Shop 




COMPLIMENTS OF 






••PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED 










PROMPTLY and ACCURATELY 
AT REASONABLE PRICES" 




MORGAN TRUCK 

& TRACTOR 

COMPANY 












BICYCLES— MOTOR BIKES 






MOTORCYCLES 










R. L. Sumerau 6v Son 




640 Twiggs 






1248 Broad St. 










Dial 2-5301 










Rosenthal's Shoes 




Congratulations From 






"Guarteed for Quality" 




Pinell Heating and Air 






DRESS SHOES SCHOOL SHOES 




Conditioning-, Inc. 






KEDS BOOTS 




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CAPEZIO BALLETS 




855 Walker St. 






968 Broad St Dial 2-4212 




Augusta. Ga. 






Trulock Candy Company 




Kings Wav Pharmacy 

2107 Kings Way Phone 3-4456 






1533 Walton Way Augusta, Ga. 




Augusta, Georgia 






FINE CANDIES and PEANUT 




TWO GOOD REXALL STORES 






BUTTER SANDWICHES 




Monte Sano Pharmacy 






Distributors of 
LAY'S 




1426 Monte Sano Avenue 








Phone 6-2553 














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Compliments of 

Lake View Sen ice 
Station 

Broad and Milledge Rd. 
PAT RICE, Dealer 



Non-ell Fixture & 
Equipment Co. 

SCHOOL LUNCHROOM 

EQUIPMENT 

"Hot Lunches for High Grades" 



Motor Sen ice & Parts 
Company 

551 Ellis St. 

Augusta, Ga. 

Dial 4-4345 or 4-4346 



Compliments of 

HILL-EUBANKS 

WHEEL— AXLE and FRAME 

ALIGNMENT 

Dial 2-5751 
General Auto Repairs 

565 Broad St. 



CLARENCE MOBLEY CONTRACTING 

COMPANY 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



"LOWEST PRICE MAINTENANCE CONSIDERED" 



Marbut Milling Co., Ltd. 

FAIRWAY DEPENDABLE 

FEEDS 
Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

THE PIT 

"Barbecue at Its Best" 

Only Place in Town You Can Get 

Catfish Fry and Stew With 

Hushpuppies 

on 

Friday and Saturday 



Augusta Office Supply 

Engineering and Office Supplies 
All Makes of Portable Typewriters 

* 

Broad at Tenth 

Phone 4-3512 



ADVERTISING 




MERCHANDISING 




PUBLIC RELATIONS 




HARRISON Ado&dui*uj. 


A<je*tC4f 


Herald Bids. Augusta. Ga. 




Dial 4-242 




4-2420 



S. ALLEN COHEN 

Insurance 

LIFE — FIRE — CASUALTY 

Phone 2-2731 

1015 Druid Park Ave. 

Augusta. Georgia 




Augusta Sporting Goods, 
Inc. 



Exclusive Distributors 

MacGREGOB — GOLDSMITH 

ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 

GOLF. TENNIS, BASKETBALL 

and FOOTBALL SUPPLIES 



210-212 Eighth St. 
Phone 2-6007 



Compliments of 



TUJBF 



AM & TV 



DEVELOPIXG 

PRINTING 

ENLARGING 

PHOTO SHOP 

606 Broad SI 



Compliments of 

GENERAL TIRE & 
SUPPLY CO. 

Broad at 12th Street 
Phone 2-6641 



Greetings 
ELECTRICAL 
EQUIPMENT 
COMPANY 





COMPLIMENTS 


OF 








H 


L. Green, 

870 Broad St. 


Inc. 



JOE HATFIELD 

Florist 

935 Jones Dial 4-182$ 

Augusta, Ga. 



A. R. C. 
CLASS RINGS 

• 

For 
Any Graduation Year 

—Write — 

HERF-JONES CO. 

H. S. CANFIELD 

468 Blackland Rd., N. W. 
Atlanta 5, Georgia 

A Complete Graduation Service 

INVITATIONS— CARDS 

PINS — MEDALS — TROPHIES 

DIPLOMAS— CAPS and GOWNS 



EVERYONE EATS 

KRISPY KREME 
DOUGHNUTS 

OPEN 24 HOURS 





Wyke C. 


'vey, Jr. 


w. 


C. Ivey 


Coal Co. 


46 


Years of Serving Augusta 


COAL — FUEL — OIL — CHARCOAL 


Dial 2 


-9218 


1009 Roberts St. 




Augusta, Ga. 






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congratulations; 



Davison's will be ready to serve you for 
your college clothes or career wardrobe 
just as we have with each previous 
graduation . . . From tiny tot through 
pigtails and teens. 



TO CLASS OF '54 




864 Broad St. 



Augusta, Georgia 









GOOD HEALTH TO ALL 
FROM REXALL 

LANE-LIGGETT 
DRUG STORE 

Eighth and Broad 
1522 Walton Way 



Fifth Avenue Shoppe 

"The Shoppe All Women Know" 

Where 

"The Most Beautiful Clothes Are Sold" 

829 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



FOR THE BEST 
TRY 

SIMKINS SEEDS 

1129 Broad St. 
Call 2-5327 



Con 


ipliments of 


Harry 


H. Bell, Jr. 




AND 


Joh 


n C. Bell 



Compliments of 

BOYS' 

CATHOLIC 

HIGH SCHOOL 



Hurst Business College 

Complete Office Training 

Gregg or A B C Shorthand 

Experienced Teachers 

Individual Attention 

Monthly Rates 

Free Placement Service 

Over a Quarter of a Century's Service 




Little Italy 

Pizzeria 
Napoletana 



Authentic Holiday Restaurant 

Distinctive Food for Instinctive People 

AIR CONDITIONED 

584 Broad — Orders Taken Out 

Phone 4-2261 

NAPOLI'S PIZZA PIE 

Hits You Like a Moon in the Eye 



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Phone 4-2555 or 4-6805 

Maddox Paint and Body 
Shop 

Body Work 

Paint and Wrecker Service 

111 Sand Bar Ferry 

Roy D. Maddox Augusta, Ga. 



LEROY'S MARKET 

TENDER MEATS— GROCERIES 
FRESH PRODUCE 

1859 Central Avenue 

Augusta, Georgia 

Phone 3-6604 



Broome Motor Sales 

12th and Reynolds Streets 

Augusta, Georgia 

Phones 2-6469 — 2-6460 

R. O. BROOME, Owner 

C. M. O'TYSON, Manager 



MOTOR OILS GREASES 

FUEL OILS CHEMICALS 

SANITARY SUPPLIES 

Your Trade Solicited and 

Appreciated 

Phoenix Oil Co. 

625 - 5th St. Augusta, Ga. 



The G. Howard Agency 

Representing 

STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTO INS. 

STATE FARM FIRE INS. 

STATE FARM LIFE 

1010 Marion Bldg. Phone 4-7579 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 



JOHN F. HARDIN 






United Supply Co. 

AUTO TRIMMERS 

MATTRESS and UPHOLSTERY 

SUPPLIES 

1706 - 15th Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



Holloway Tire & 
Recapping Co. 

1260 Reynolds Street 

— Distributors — 

GOODRICH SEIBERLING 

PENNSYLVANIA TIRES 






REAL ESTATE SALES 
LOANS INSURANCE 

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 

Blanchard & Calhoun 
Realty Company 

Augusta, Georgia 
Dial 2-6621 



Compliments of 

Marks Surgical Supplies 

1429 Harper Street 
Augusta, Georgia 







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Compliments 

of 

TOOLE SUPPLY CO. 



Agents For: 
SELMER— OLDS— CONN— HOLTON 

BAND and ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS 
BATONS and SHEET MUSIC 

Schneider's Music Center 

W. F. L.— LEEDY— LUDWIG — 
and 
L. SL1NGERLAND DRUMS 



Sth St. 



Dial 4-S947 



Augusta, Ga. 



Bill Bernard 

WGAC 

"HIGH NEIGHBOR" 

6 & 9 Every Morning 

WGAC 

58 on Your Dial 



Phoenix Printing 
Company 

Phone 2-5262 

745 Ellis St. 

Augusta, Ga. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Partridge Inn 



Compliments of 

Rhodes Furniture 
Company 

1051 Broad 
"Serving the South Since 1875' 



For Fun and Clean Recreation 
BOWL— BOWL— BOWL 

Richmond Bowling 
Academy 

Over Busy Bee Restaurant 
Open 7 Days a Week 






A«1 






WALTON PRINTING COMPANY 



117-119 Eighth Street 



Phone 2-7892 



Augusta, Georgia 



COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 



1 



The following, having 


contributed personally 


to JCA-ARC 


publications, 


are listed as PATRONS of the 1954 RAINBOW 


and the 


1954 SOUND OFF 


Dr. S. W. Fennell 




Dr. C. G. Luther 


Dr. Perry P. Volpitto 




Dr. and Mrs. Howard McGinty 


Dr. A. J. Waters 




Dr. S. J. Lewis 


Dr. E. L. Rushia 




Mr. Fred P. Wright 


Dr. Leo H. Pou, Jr. 




Dr. G. J. Trotti, Jr. 


Dr. John F. Yarbrough 




Dr. R. E. Anderson 


Mr. W. A. Lufburrow 




Dr. J. Robert Rinker 


Dr. W. A. Risteen 




Dr. Thomas J. Howard 


Dr. R. C. Major 




Dr. C. Conrad Smith 


Dr. J. Malcolm Bazemore 




Mr. Forest W. Silvey 


Dr. Charles M. Kilpatrick 




Mr. Henry J. Kay 


Dr. Louis L. Battey 




Mr. L. M. Tuggle 


Mr. Harry Steine 




Mr. Roy V. Harris 


Dr. Richard B. Weeks 




Mr. Henry Chance 


Dr. W. Eugene Matthews 




Mr. J. Roy McCracken 


Dr. W. W. Battey 







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Compliments of 



SCHLER'S FLORIST 



1001 Red Bird Road 



Phone 3-8056 



IRVIN REALTY CO. 

722 Greene Street 

Augusta, Georgia 

"The Best Is the Cheapest 

in the Long Run" 

SALES 

MANAGEMENT 

RENTALS 



DEVELOPING PRINTING 

ENLARGING 

N & W Camera Exchange 

"Everything Photographic" 

CAMERAS PHOTO SUPPLIES 

ACCESSORIES 

MOVIE EQUIPMENT 

Dial 2-4057 220 Eighth St. 



MURRAY'S 
FLORIST 



Augusta's Largest Distributor of 
QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS 

PRATT-DUDLEY 
BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 

Two Locations for Convenience 

Tenth at Fenwick Street 

Phone 4-7755 

Long Distance 115 

525 Fifteenth Street 

Phone 2-0464 

Long Distance 38 

P. O. Box 517 
Augusta, Georgia 



Phone 2-1728 
CALL FOR AND DELIVER 

VOGUE CLEANERS 

R. L. MILLER, Prop. 

1356 Walton Way Augusta, Ga. 



Patronize 



Augusta Ice & Coal 
Company 



100% Home Industry 



JOHNSON, LANE, 
SPACE & CO. 

GOVERNMENT 

MUNICIPAL 

INDUSTRIAL 
STOCKS BONDS 

Investment Trust 
721 Herald Bldg. Phone 2-7741 
Augusta 

Savannah 

Atlanta 



RICHMOND HOTEL 

PRIVATE PARTIES AND 

BANQUETS 

OUR SPECIALTY 



East Boundary Cleaners 


E. M. Crozier Russell Plunkett 


Dry Cleaning 


Auto Laundry 


Phone 2-4583 402 E. Boundary 



MANER HARDWARE 
& SUPPLY CO. 



Phone 4-5466 



1033 Broad St. 



Building Materials 

Power Tools 

Paints and Hardware 



Two and One-Half Per Cent Interest 
Paid on Savings Deposits 

Deposits Insured Up to $10,000 

Interest Compounded Semi-Annually 

Realty Savings Bank 

"Augusta's Only Strictly Savings Bank" 
Member P. D. I. C. 



827 Broad St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



Belmont Restaurant 

24-Hour Service 

Sea Food and Western Steaks 
Our Specialty 

Phones 2-9398 and 2-6796 

716 Broad St. 
Augusta, Georgia 



Where Quality, Accuracy 


and 


Fair Policy Prevail 




TWIGGS 




Prescription Opticians 




To Eye Physicians 




Augusta, Georgia Phone 


2-5077 



mfi 



Compliments of 



T. B. KING LUMBER 
Company 



Compliments of 

S. H. KRESS & CO. 

Known for SCHOLASTIC 

School Supplies 



LORICK & VAIDEN, Inc. 

LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH 

GROUP and HOSPITALIZATION 

INSURANCE 

201-5 Southern Finance Bldg. 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 



FRANK E. COURTNEY 



Compliments of 



MAURICE STEINBERG 



ARNETT 

DISTRIBUTING 

CO., Inc. 

Distributors of 

STEWART'S POTATO CHIPS 

1413 Monte Sano Avenue 

Phone 6-6160 



Patrick Hearing Center 

ROY C. PATRICK 
Hearing Aid Specialist 

305 Masonic Building 

Phone 2-4710 






— Since 1889 — 
"BUY BEST— BUILD BETTER" 

Augusta Lumber Co. 

BUILDING MATERIALS 

LUMBER MILL WORK 

903 - 8th Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



Hagler Tire & Supply Co. 

GOOD USED TELEVISION SETS 

$35 to $75 

721 Reynolds Street 

Phone 2-8405 

PARKING 



Reliable Upholstery 


Shop 


TAILOR-MADE SEAT COVERS 


SPORT TOPS 




38 - 13th Street 




Phone 2-1952 





Compliments of 

Richmond Supply Co. 

MILL SUPPLIES 

652 Seventh Street 

Phone 2-7797 



Compliments of 

Keel's Sen ice Station 

Baker and Walton Way 



MODERNERA 

SANDWICH 

SHOP 

301 Eighth Street 

'THE NEWEST AND CLEANEST 

IN TOWN" 

TEEN-AGERS GATHERING 

PLACE 

SANDWICHES and MALTS 

SOFT DRINKS 



Compliments of 

PIERCE BROS. 



Compliments of 



TOWN TAVERN 



Maxwell Brothers 

FURNITURE 

Frigid aires — Philco Radios — Draperies 

Experienced 
Interior Decorating Service 

Phone 2-5526 
933 Broad St. Augusta, Georgia 



John F. Brickie & Co. 

BICYCLES— LA WNMOWERS 

Repairs 

Cash and Market Equipment 

846-848 Ellis St. Dial 2-0437 



Compliments 

L. J. Henry Company 

Exclusive Dealer 

Remington Rand Products 

Ditto Products 

101 - 7th Street 
Dial 2-0411—2-0412 



WGAC 



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The Favorite Station of 



A. R. C. and Junior College Students 



W. E. Raines Co., 
Inc. 

Building Specialization and Supplies 

METAL PRODUCTS 

Phone 2-2176 14 - 7th St. 

Augusta, Georgia 



Dial 2-5588 

DIXIE CAB SERVICE 

553 Ellis Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



First Federal Savings 

& Loan Association 

of Augusta 

Start a Savings Account 

Liberal Dividends 

Safety Insured Up to $10,000.00 

127 - 7th Street 



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The Spirit of Richmond 

The Musketeer Colors 



COLOR SONG 

Oh, Our hearts with joy are thrilling 
When the Richmond colors wave. 

And our spirits rise with rapture 

When the Richmond Sons are brave. 

Fight for victory, fight for honor, 
And success will be foretold. 

All hail the proud defenders of the Purple 
and the Gold! 

— F. E. Lambert. 




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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

Printer: Walton Printing Company 

Engraver: Garden City Engraving Company 

Photographer: Wilkinson's Studio 

Cover Design: Miss Prances Hett, Junior College of Augusta 



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